With clouds lingering over the region, Thursday’s forecast will see a slight chance of some sprinkles and temperatures climbing to the mid-teens in the afternoon.
Sunny breaks are possible on Friday before more clouds move in, along with a chance of showers and a risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon, as daytime highs reach the mid-teens.
Mostly cloudy skies will return on Saturday, along with a chance of showers, as temperatures climb to around 17 C to kick off the May long weekend.
Sunday is slated to be even warmer, with a mix of sun and cloud and an afternoon high in the upper teens.
For Victoria Day on Monday, 20-degree heat returns to the forecast, though clouds will roll back in and linger into the workweek, with temperatures sliding back into the teens.