A quick glance out of your window today will leave you feeling, well, rather bummed out.
However, those lusting after sunshine are about to be in luck because warmer (and much nicer) days are ahead.
According to Environment Canada’s weather outlook, Toronto is expected to see six consecutive days filled with sunshine and highs of up to 22°C.
- The Weather Network has released Canada's long-term summer forecast
- Strong winds cause parts of Toronto Islands to face 'significant flooding'
- Lake Ontario's water creeps closer to 2017 extreme flooding levels
The much-needed change of weather kicks off on Thursday with a high of 21°C, which will be followed by fluctuating temperatures over the weekend, before capping off at 22°C on Tuesday.
There is a chance of showers on Sunday, which will still be accompanied by sun, but hey, we’ll take pretty much anything over the dreary weather we’ve been experiencing as of late.
If this does happen, it would be the first real stretch total sunshine and warm temperatures this season.
And we’re here for it.