Why, it's just about normal for this time of year. For now.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 9ºC this afternoon, with sunny skies, and light winds. The UV Index could reach 6, which is considered high, so folks out enjoying the day may want to ensure they apply sunscreen.
Clear skies will persist tonight, with temperatures dipping below freezing, down to a pre-dawn low of -3ºC.
Sunny skies are expected tomorrow, for most of the day, with a high of 15ºC in the afternoon, before winds pick up later in the day, and clouds roll in late in the evening.
Wednesday will be windy, with periods of rain and a high of 8ºC.
Thursday, on the other hand, the rain will turn to snow, with a daytime high of 4ºC.
The week will end on a cool and cloudy note, with overcast skies and a high of 3ºC.
The weekend will start out nicer, with sun on Saturday and a high of 9ªC, but Sunday will be cloudy and will have a good chance of flurries or rain showers, despite a high again of 9ªC.
The normal high for this time of year is 12ºC; the normal low is 0ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this day was in 1980, when it was a whopping 35.1ºC. The coldest ever was in 1988, when it dropped to -9.9ºC.