Yesterday's gloomy forecast has given way to a bit more sun — but there's stil a grey, wet start to the weekend predicted.
Environment Canada says today should be a bright one, with the UV Index predicted to hit 8, which is considered very high. Skies will be mixed, with some sun and a few clouds, as the temperature stretches up to 23ºC this afternoon. A bit of a breeze, from the northeast, is expected after lunch.
That breeze will die down late this evening, with a few clouds in the sky, as temperatures dip overnight to a low of 13ºC.
Tomorrow will see increasing cloudiness in the morning, with easterly winds at 30 km/h and a high of 23ºC.
Clouds then stick around for a few days, with a 70 per cent chance of showers on Thursday, along with a high of 24ºC. Showers are predicted for Friday and Saturday, with highs of about 20ºC.
Then, sun for Sunday and Monday, with highs expected of about 25ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 24ºC; the normal low is 11ºC.
The hottest it's ever been on this date was in 1995, when it was 35.5ºC. The coldest ever was in 2000, when it was 2.7ºC.