The unseasonably warm, sunny weather will continued across the Great Lakes this weekend with daytime temperatures ranging from a low of 21 degrees to a top of 25 degrees.
However, don't pack away the winter woollies with temperatures returning to August averages early in the working week.
Today's temperature is forecast to reach a sunny top of 24 degrees throughout the Great Lakes after the mercury fell to single figures last night.
Another warm mainly sunny day was predicted for Saturday, August 17 with a top of 21 degrees right across the Great Lakes following overnight lows of 12 along the coast and eight further inland.
Sunday's temperatures will reach a mostly sunny 23 degrees along the coast and a summery 25 degrees further inland.
Overnight temperatures will range from 6-11 degrees.
While we continue to bask under warm sunny skies, we have to travel back 10 years to experience the highest on record, when the daytime temperature reached a sizzling 30 degrees on August 24, 2009.
However, lack of rainfall records continue to fall with just 42.67mm of rain falling over seven days during July, just over half the July monthly average of 84.57mm (1896-2016).
While you're with us:
The driest July was recorded back in 1927 when not a drop of rain fell into the gauge.
The month's top temperature of 25 degrees, recorded in Forster on July 23, was just .5 degrees below the record top (1999-2016) of 25.5 degrees on July 22, 2016.
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