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Weekend Outlook: Cold front clears out record heat

We will see a surge of cool air that will bring more seasonal temperatures in the mid-teens by the end of the weekend
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Heading into this weekend, we will crush the record high of 24°C set in 1991.

A cold front brings a risk of thunderstorms by midday on Saturday and makes its way to the east during the afternoon, becoming more intense. Behind the front, we will see a surge of cool air that will bring more seasonal temperatures in the mid-teens by the end of the weekend. Colder than normal conditions push into the region early next week.

Sunshine returns on Friday and brings us the warmest day of the week as daytime highs climb to at least 27°C. However, a southeast wind will make it feel a little cooler for locations along the North Channel.

Saturday starts sunny, but a cold front arrives in the early afternoon to bring a chance of thunderstorms. Temperatures will reach 22°C just as the front arrives, and then a west wind arrives in the afternoon to bring gradual cooling.

Sunday will be partly cloudy with a cool northwest wind and daytime highs only near 17°C. Temperatures will struggle to reach 10°C early next week, and then a gradual warming trend arrives midweek.