Isolated severe thunderstorms are possible in large parts of Ontario.
For Sunday, people on the east coast are looking at seasonal temperatures, and a mix of sun and cloud.
The exception will be St. John's, which has been colder for the past few days, sometimes seeing temperatures as low as the single-digits.
In Quebec, mostly hot and humid with a mix of sun and cloud. In Ontario, though, it may not the best day for the golf course in some areas.
Showers are expected Sunday in most of the province, along with a risk of isolated severe thunderstorms, including the south.
In the prairies, Manitoba had a potential for isolated severe thunderstorms Saturday, on Sunday they are more likely to see showers.
Southern Saskatchewan and Alberta will see isolated severe thundershowers, spilling over into the interior of British Columbia.
B.C. has already had plenty of rain over the past few days, with some rainfall warnings in place Saturday in the interior.
Sunday will be kinder. Any rainfall will be heaviest heading inland and into the mountains, but much of the lower mainland may see light showers.