We've been spoiled this year, says The Weather Network Meteorologist Gerald Cheng. “We've had such hot weather all summer and now temperatures are starting to drop back to normal for this time of year, he said.
The sun made a brief appearance in some parts of the province Thursday morning, popping up intermittently between variable cloud cover.
By the afternoon hours, clouds began to dominate the sky once again, with some isolated, lake effect showers in some parts of the region.
Winds continued to make noise as well, with some places seeing gusts up to 60 km/h.
Friday's outlook is looking a little brighter with temperatures set to climb back into the 20's, which is where they should be for this time of year.
It will still be breezy, but the area can expect drier and warmer conditions for the start of the weekend. By Saturday though, rain showers will move back in for the evening and overnight hours.