After a hot start to Spring the temperature will dip a bit this coming weekend, with the barometer expected to stay below 20 across the Great Lakes over Saturday and Sunday.
Friday is expected to be reasonably warm despite strong winds and the chance of a late shower closer to the ranges. Along the coast 9-24 is predicted, while inland 9-23 is forecast along with the possibility of up to five millimetres of rain.
Saturday should be sunny but cool, with strong westerly winds predicted to keep the temperature down. On the coast 7-18 is expected, while inland a chillier 8-16 is forecast.
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Sunday should see much of the same, with mostly sunny conditions expected coupled with a slight drop in wind speeds. Along the coast 7-19 is predicted, while closer to the ranges 8-16 is again forecast.
There are no weather warnings current for the Mid North Coast.
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