It probably won't be the deluge we need, but rain is forecast to fall across the Great Lakes over the next three days, particularly along the coast.
Saturday is expected to deliver the largest downfalls, with 10-20mm predicted, while both Friday and Sunday are forecast to receive 1-5mm.
Inland it's expected to follow a similar pattern, with 1-5mm forecast on Friday and 5-10mm predicted on Saturday, but there is only a slight chance of showers on Sunday.
Temperature-wise, tops of 19 degrees are expected along the coast on Friday and Sunday, with a slightly cooler 17 on Saturday.
Daytime lows will range between 11-12 degrees.
Inland, the highs will be exactly the same as on the coast, with slightly cooler lows of 9 on Friday, 11 on Saturday and 10 on Sunday.
So far the rainfall for October is well down on the long-term average of 72.5mm, with just 8.5mm recorded thus far on the coast and 11.2mm inland.
There are no weather warnings current for the Mid North Coast.
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