There’s a chance of flurries in Toronto this week — several chances, actually — according to Environment Canada.
While Tuesday is sunny as of 10:30 am, there is a chance of showers hitting the city as the day goes on. With a high of 15°C, you can count on that precipitation remaining in water form.
Wednesday looks about the same — a high of 15°C with a chance of flurries. But Thursday is when temperatures cool down a bit.
Thursday calls for 7°C and a chance of rain showers or flurries, plus a chance of flurries at night when temperatures drop to 0°C.
Friday and Saturday both call for 8°C with a mix of sun and cloud, with the skies likely seeing showers again on Saturday night. Rain is expected to continue through Sunday and into the night, when the chance of flurries returns.
While the week allows for plenty of opportunities to open the windows, the whiplash-like weather patterns are reinforcing one important message: stay inside.