Today will be close to normal for the season, with above-average temperatures for the rest of the week.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 21ºC this afternoon, with a bit of an east wind picking up this morning, and a few clouds.
More clouds are expected this evening, with the chance of showers overnight, including the risk of a thunderstorm. Winds will die down, however, and the low will be 12ºC.
Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy, with a high of 24ºC and a good chance of showers late in the afternoon or in the evening.
Wednesday will be sunny, with a high of 25ºC, but clouds return for Thursday and Friday. Both of those days have a good expectation of showers, with temperatures hitting 26C on Thursday and then 22ºC on Friday.
At this point, the weekend looks to see a mix of sun and cloud, with highs in the mid-twenties.
The normal high for this time of year is 21ºC; the normal low is 8ºC.
The warmest it's ever been was in 1969 when temperatures hit 34.4ºC. The coldest ever was in 1993, when they dropped to -4.3ºC. In 1965, it snowed a record-setting 5.8 cm on this date, followed by another 3 cm the next day.