If you're like us at DiscoverAirdrie, you probably have all kinds of plans for the long weekend, and probably will spend it outside. Will the weather allow for those plans to happen? 

Terri Lang, Meteorologist for Environment and Climate Change Canada, has the details for this long weekend. 

“Friday looks like a mix of sun and cloud with a chance of showers. Highs will be around 22 or so.” 

Lang mentions Saturday will look pretty similar to Friday. Sunday, though, is when things change. 

“Sunday is a better chance of showers and so the temperature is a little bit cooler, forecast highs around 17. Monday also has a really good chance of showers with temperatures, again, around 17 degrees.” 

The rest of summer looks to be on par with what they consider to be average, according to Lang. 

“If you average all the temperatures out at the end of the summer, we're going to come out near average. It's actually showing above-average precipitation for the month of July.” 

According to Lang, Airdrie is located in an interesting spot where hail is always an option. 

“Be prepared for those types of showers and thunder showers. We know that we can get some flooding rains out of those as well. Just that awareness when you're out and about throughout your day, you don't want the weather to ruin it.” 

Lang says listening to the radio, watching TV, or having some type of app to let you know of drastic weather changes is always a good thing to do. 

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