Yesterday's forecast is nothing by a grim memory. Although yesterday, Environment Canada was predicting a week's worth of grey, gloomy weather, it's a completely different story today.
Now, forecasters say it'll be mainly sunny, after a brief interruption tomorrow.
Today, they're calling for sunny skies with a few clouds later this morning, and an easterly breeze picking up late this afternoon. The high will be 25ºC, and the UV Index is expected to hit 7, which is considered high.
Clear skies are expected tonight, with increasing cloudiness after midnight then a 60 per cent chance of showers or thunderstorms before morning. The overnight low will be 14ºC.
There's a continuin chance of showers or thunderstorms through tomorrow, with winds from the east swinging around to become southerly in the morning, before the lighten in the evening. The high tomorrow will also be 25ºC.
Skies clear for Friday, and the weekend looks pretty perfect, with zero clouds and a high of 22ºC on Friday and then 24ºC on Saturday and Sunday.
Into next week, the Monday forecast calls for a high of 24ºC with a mix of sun and cloud; Tuesday will be similar.
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 1986, when it touched 32.4ºC. The coldest ever was in 1965, when it nipped down to -1.7ºC.