It's shaping up to be a summery weekend as Ontario's weather climbs back into the above-seasonal territory.
After what's set to be a soggy Friday, Saturday will usher in a surge of "June-like" temperatures, says The Weather Network meteorologist Doug Gillham.
Mild morning - sunrise temperatures are above normal high! Scattered passing showers today but mostly dry as clouds… https://t.co/g9ZiAQy0LM— Doug Gillham (@Doug Gillham)1617966930.0
Along with sunny skies, Kitchener and Guelph experience a high of 24 C on Saturday, feeling like 26 C with humidity, and 25 C in Niagara.
The Barrie region will get a taste of early summer with a high of 25 C, which will feel like 27 C, but Gillham says to expect cooler daytime highs around Lake Ontario.
Toronto, on the other hand, will only reach about 20 C with humidity on Saturday, but temperatures will stay in the low to mid-teens throughout the entire week.