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This article was published 12/6/2014 (1134 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Sunny skies today may be the last of the big, yellow ball that we'll see for a while.
Environment Canada is calling for a mostly sunny day today, with a little cloud in the afternoon, and a high of 22ºC. But winds will pick up shortly after lunch there's a risk of thunderstorms this afternoon and early this evening, especially to the east.
Skies will clear up overnight, as temperatures dip to 8ºC. But the clouds will roll in through the day tomorrow, with a few showers expected late in the day, including the risk of a thunderstorm. Tomorrow's high will be 21ºC, with southeasterly winds at 30 km/h expected in the afternoon.
Saturday will be cloudy with periods of rain and a cool high of 17ºC.
Fathers may want to stay indoors for Father's Day Sunday, which is also expected to hit just 17ºC under cloudy skies with a moderate chance of showers.
Into next week, clouds are expected to stick around, along with below-normal temperatures. The Monday high will be 19ºC, followed by 20ºC on Tuesday and Wednesday, with an increasing chance of showers by mid-week.
The normal high for this time of year is 22ºC; the normal low is 11ºC.
The hottest it's ever been on this date was in 1987, when the mercury reached 31.5ºC. The coldest ever was in 1969, when it got to -1.7ºC.