It’s not looking very good out there, but at least there’s no snow in the forecast. Well, not a lot of snow.
Showers should start early Thursday, with the wind picking through the morning gusting to 50 km/h at times. The temperature should remain steady at about 4 C.
Heavier cloud should roll in Thursday evening, with a 60 per cent chance of showers this evening and after midnight.
Flurries are in the forecast starting after midnight, as the overnight low sticks at about 0 C.
On Good Friday, the flurries should end in the morning, remaining mainly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers accompanied by gusty winds. The high should be around 4 C.
The low is expected to be be around -2 C, under cloudy skies.
There’s no precipitation in the outlook for Saturday, so far, but it should be cloudy all day, with a high of around 7 C and a chilly low of -4 C.
Showers are expected to return Easter Sunday, with a high of 9 C and a low of 5 C.
Monday is looking rainy but warmer, with a forecast high of 12 C. The low should plunge to 1 C.
Tuesday and Wednesday look like a mix of sun and clouds, but no precipitation in the forecast.
The daily highs should be around 7 C.