Today will be another day like much of the weekend: Wet and wretched.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of just 13ºC this afternoon, with cloudy skies and perpetual showers. And it that's not enough, the wind will pick up this morning, too, from the northwest at 30 km/h, with gusts to 50 km/h.
Clouy skies tonight will continue, with a 40 per cent chance of showers until trailing off. Winds will die down this evening, and partly cloudy skies will continue overnight, with fog developing after midnight.
The overnight low tonight will be 2ºC.
Morning sun tomorrow (remember sun?) will burn off the fog fairly early; mainly sunny skies are expected after that, with westerly winds at 20 km/h early in the evening and a high of 20ºC.
Wednesday will be suny, with a high of 23ºC, followed by more sun on Thursday and a high of 26ºC.
Friday should see a mix of sun and cloud. There's a 30 per cent chance of showers that day, with a high of 20ºC.
At this point, the Saturday forecast calls for sun with a high of 22ºC and then clouds on Sunday with a 60 er cent chance of showers and a high of 21ºC.
The normal high for an Aug. 25 is 22ºC; the normal low is 10ºC.
The hottest it's ever been on this date was in 1984, when it was 36.1ºC. The coldest ever was in 1945, when it was 1.7ºC.