Environment Canada says temperatures will dip to -6 C on Friday with the wind chill. (Anssi Koskinen/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

WEATHER: wind remains in weekend forecast for Langley

Environment Canada says Friday and Saturday will see cooler weather

Wind remains in the forecast for Langley on Friday and Saturday, according to Environment Canada

On Friday, the agency says it will remain sunny throughout the day, but winds can reach up to 15 km/h. Factoring in the wind chill, temperatures will dip to -6 C Friday morning and overnight.

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Temperatures will reach a high of 4 C and a low of -3 C.

Saturday will also see mainly sunny weather with a high of 4 C, but winds can also reach up to 15 km/h. With the wind chill in the morning temperatures will feel like -7 C.

Environment Canada says the evening will be clear and temperatures will reach a low of -1 C.

Sunday weather will be a mix of sun and cloud during the day and cloudy overnight. Temperatures will reach a high of 4 C and a low of zero.

Sunrise Friday is at 7:41 a.m. and sunset is 4:17 p.m.


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