Sunshine and hot weather seems to have come to an end, at least for now. You can start to expect cooler weather for the next few days, but only after the current Ontario storm has played out. The Weather Network has issued a severe weather warning for the majority of the province.\nThis wild storm spreads all across Southern Ontario from Ottawa all the way to Windsor and even north of Toronto, too.\nAll in all, it's a good thing festival weekend in Toronto is behind us. Whatever is lined up for this week, though, you should make sure you have your raincoat ready.\nTrying to walk during #ONStorm like...🌬️⛈️@FrankDangelo23 pic.twitter.com/93yAm56Lgl— NextSportStar.com (@NextSportStar) August 6, 2019\nWatch out for the heavy downpours and strong winds as your day goes on since this monster storm doesn't look like it'll let up any time soon.\nThe Weather Network says Toronto is going to see thunderstorms up until Thursday.\nThis crazy storm definitely comes at a bad time for events like the Rogers Cup tennis tournament, day four of which was due to take place today in the city.\nToronto is expected to be hit harder than the northern parts of Ontario which means commuting in the city will be a little complicated this afternoon — and for the next few days.\nToronto right now...#OnStorm pic.twitter.com/wkwn4FjeWS— Darrell (@SpiderDarrell) August 6, 2019\nWhether or not you're a fan of storms, this is the perfect photo op and Ontarians are going straight to Twitter to show how wild this weather really is.\nGetting dumped on in Burlington. Wow. I ran to my car and now I'm drenched. Gotta wait this out before I hit the road again. Definitely some localized flooding. Thunder and lightning as well. #ONstorm pic.twitter.com/SAspVGRQan— Leeanna McLean TWN (@leeannamclean) August 6, 2019\nWatch out while driving, this storm is hitting hard.\nCN Tower lightning strike video#cntower #toronto #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/VP4hECuCIC— Stu Morawski (@StuMorawski) August 6, 2019\nHumid as... and then this:#ONStorm pic.twitter.com/8pXr1SdweK— Michele Sardy (@MSardy) August 6, 2019\n#ONStorm Looking south from Vaughan pic.twitter.com/nnbea24rrI— Dan Wexler (@va3wxx) August 6, 2019\nStorm’s a coming #HamOnt #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/yWy7HP2i4i— Farina Templeton (@FarinaTempleton) August 6, 2019\nI so respect Mother Nature for saving this storm for the first day back to work and NOT ruining our long weekend. #onstorm @weathernetwork pic.twitter.com/hWMvHrV51L— Tyler (@Tylersdaytoday) August 6, 2019\nThere is some good news for all of you who don't want to let summer slip by, though! The Weather Network expects warmer weather for this following weekend, so anything you got planned before the end of summer sounds like it is good to go.\nBut, as always with the weather in Canada, you can never really know what it'll be.\nThis cover photo has been used for illustrative purposes only.