Enjoy it while you can. An area of high pressure will continue to bring sunny and dry conditions to southern Ontario today.
The week started on a warm note, with temperatures hitting 24°C in Toronto Monday. That's above seasonal for this time of year as the average is 21 degrees. While temperatures took a slight dip on Tuesday, conditions remained sunny and fair across much of the region.
Daytime highs will continue to dip as a low pressure system begins to move in on Thursday.
“The rain will start for areas in southern Ontario in time for the morning commute,” says Brian Dillon, a meteorologist here at The Weather Network. “And it won't be letting up much throughout the day. Some places could see up to 30 mm of rain, including the Greater Toronto Area.”
The rain combined with a cool wind will really put a damper on any outdoor plans.
“Easterly winds will help to make things feel even drearier. It will basically be a cold, all-day rain event,” notes Dillon.
To stay updated on the weather conditions across Ontario, head to our Ontario Cities Index. You can also tune into The Weather Network on TV as the National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of each hour.
With files from Lisa Varano and Jill Colton