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As was the case last weekend, the weather will be split down the middle with rain Saturday and a mix of sun and cloud on Sunday. The one constant will be the wind. It will blow from the E with gusts to 70 km/h as the rain rolls through then shift to the W overnight into Sunday morning as the clearing pushes in. Sunday’s wind will also gust between 50 and 70 km/h. High temperatures will be in the low single digits on Remembrance Day. I don’t see much of a break between fall storms – I’m watching a developing system over the American Midwest that is showing signs of intense cyclogenesis – aka Weather Bomb intensification. That would reach the province late Tuesday with a rain-snow mix followed by more wind and rain Wednesday.