A wet morning will give way to possible storms before skies clear overnight — but there's more precipitation in the forecast.
Environment Canada is calling for a 30 per cent chance of showers this morning increasing to 70 per cent chance before noon, with the chance of a thunderstorm as well. Westerly winds will pick up a bit, as temperatures reach a high of 23ºC.
Skies should clear this evening, as winds drop, and temperatures will decline to 12ºC before tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow should see a mix of sun and cloud, with a southwest breeze and a high of 25ºC.
Clouds are in the forecast after that, however. Thursday will see a good chance of showers and a high of 26ºC, followed but more showers on Friday and a high of 22ºC.
Saturday and Sunday will be grey as well, with periods of rain on Saturday and highs of 22ºC both days.
At this point, the Monday forecast also calls for clouds, with a good chance of showers, and a high of 22ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 21ºC; the normal low is 8ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1980, when it hit 31.5ºC. The coldest ever was in 1965, when temperatures got down to -2.2ºC and there was 3 cm of snow (also a record). The rainiest May 27 was in 1942, when it poured 33.8 mm.