For those who spent this past messy-weather weekend dreaming about summer, Monday offers a glimpse of hope.
Because, while the mid-August temperatures of +30°C may still be far away, today, the city will see temps rise up to 6°C… although according to The Weather Network, it will be feeling like 4°C.
Which is something, for anyone who’s felt cooped up by the cold.
It’ll only be this warm for one day, though, so make sure you take advantage of the weather and take a stroll on your lunch break. While it’ll be mainly cloudy, there’s a chance the sun will peek out to say hello.
Environment Canada says it’s supposed to drop down to 0°C this evening, and there’s a chance of a drizzle of rain.
Tuesday will still be fairly mild, with a daytime temperature of 3°C — but at nighttime it’ll drop to -8°C. There’s also a chance of flurries expected.
Wednesday to Friday shows -2°C, -1°C, and 0°C respectively, with a mix of sun and cloud turning into snow and flurries later in the week.
Evening temperatures will creep up from -8°C on Wednesday to -4°C on Thursday, while Friday night will be -6°C.