A slow-moving low pressure that lingered over Northern Ontario to bring gloomy, damp weather will still take a couple of more days to exit the region. A chilly northerly wind that will drop temperatures several degrees below late September normals will add to the cloud and fog early this week.
However, high pressure does move in midweek to help finally bring back some sunshine and warmer weather. By the end of this week, we should see temperatures swing back above normal and into the upper teens.
Monday will be overcast with periods of fog, drizzle and showers. Temperatures max out near 16°C with gusty northerly winds developing in the afternoon. The gloomy weather continues into Tuesday with a cold northerly wind dropping daytime highs to 11°C.
Wednesday will gradually clear, with temperatures only reaching 10°C thanks to the northerly wind. However, this day will be the pivot day into warmer weather for the end of the week.
Thursday and Friday should see mainly sunny skies with daytime highs climbing back into the upper teens.