A lot of places will feel the heat and one province might even get snow!
The Weather Network has released a breakdown of the Victoria Day long weekend weather forecast for Canada and while it won't be perfect across the country, everyone should be able to spend at least a little bit of time outdoors.
With this forecast, B.C. will kick off the weekend strong with temperatures in the "upper teens" by the water and in the 20s further inland. There's a risk of showers on Sunday but temperatures should return to seasonal on Monday.
In the Prairies, temperatures will warm up over the next few days but a rain system will move in by Sunday, and there will be hours of rainfall across all three provinces.
Southern Ontario and Quebec will start the long weekend warm and humid but finish closer to seasonal, with temperatures in the late teens to mid-20s. Even though showers are expected for parts of Quebec and Northwestern Ontario, there will still be periods without rain.
In the east, Nova Scotia will see temperatures in the low 20s inland and the southwestern Maritimes will be warm. Cold air will make its way into Newfoundland on Victoria Day and there's even a chance of wet snow!