Toronto's Weather Will Be Mostly Sunny This Weekend & You Can Finally Ditch Your Umbrella
Don't forget your sunglasses!
Torontonians haven't had many chances to enjoy warm weather this spring, and this weekend won't be any different, but, hey, at least it'll be sunny.
According to The Weather Network, Thursday will see sunshine and warmer temperatures this afternoon as areas such as Toronto, Hamilton, and Niagara shake off Wednesday's wintry conditions.
For once, the good news will come in pairs, with Friday expected to be equally as bright and even toastier.
The good vibes will continue as we head into the weekend, with Saturday finally seeing temperatures reach near seasonal for spots like Kitchener, Guelph and Barrie.
However, the 6ix will remain slightly chillier due to its proximity to Lake Ontario.
Unfortunately, that'll be about as good as it gets. Sunday morning will only be "mostly sunny" with cloud coverage moving in during the afternoon, bringing about a risk of showers, "especially west of Toronto," says TWN.
Things will still be a little cloudy on Monday, with temperatures potentially rising by a couple of degrees.
You'll want to enjoy it while you can, as a "soaking rain" is expected by Tuesday night, bringing with it a chilly and gloomy mid-week.
Residents will want to keep their Mother's Day celebrations inside as "cooler than seasonal temperatures" will push into the weekend.
Toronto has had a delayed start when it comes to warmer spring weather.
Weather experts previously reported that if the city doesn't hit 20 degrees by May 3, this year will be the latest that Toronto has hit the temperature since 1993.