If you weren't impressed with yesterday's weather across the Lower Great Lakes, you might be in a better mood today.
“Lingering showers will start to taper off over the course of the morning thanks to an area of high pressure that's helping to dry and clear things out,“ explains Weather Network Metorologist Michelle Casser. By the afternoon, the sun's rays will start pushing through the cloud cover and then comes the warm-up! The temperatures won't be skyrocketing, but they'll at least climb to seasonal. Keep in mind, conditions will be windy, with maximum gusts reaching around 30 kilometers per hour.
It's hard to believe that just two days ago, Toronto reached a balmy 22 degrees and many people were outside wearing only t-shirts.
This spring has brought several of these “weather swings“ to southern parts of the province.
'It's been a roller coaster ride. We've had cool days and then we've quickly warmed up,' says Weather Network meteorologist Greg Stephens.
'We usually stay cool for a day or two and then we warm up again.'
On Monday, seasonal temperatures will dominate once again. You can expect mild, sunny and breezy conditions throughout the day.
For more details on the weekend weather, tune into The Weather Network on TV. Your Regional forecast comes up at the top and bottom of every hour.