The last long weekend of summer is upon us, and while Friday is starting off sunny, rain is in the forecast for Toronto.
According to the Weather Network, Toronto is going to see a high of 23°C on Friday and 22°C on Saturday, with mainly sunny skies to kick off the long weekend.
But as we get into Sunday, things get a little cooler.
In fact, the Weather Network states that “you may need a hoodie or long-sleeved shirt in the evenings,” although “with daytime highs mostly in the low 20s the whole weekend, the days will be pleasant enough.”
Even with some humidex, Saturday will feel like 22°C. The low is expected to hit 16°C.
Sunday is calling for clouds and showers, and a high of 20°C.
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“A stateside system will bring some showers lingering overnight Saturday into early Sunday, and there’ll be a chance for showers to reach the southwest and 401 corridor by around the 5 pm hour, so keep that in mind before firing up the barbecue if you live in those areas,” says the Weather Network.
But for Labour Day Monday, the sunshine will return, and so will the warmth.
Forecasted as the warmest day this long weekend, with a high of 23°C and a humidex of 28°C.
This is when you should plan all your outdoor activities.
Either way, it’s the last long weekend of summer — get out there.