Sunny and mild daytime temperatures followed by chilly nights were expected across the Great Lakes this weekend.
Saturday and Sunday will begin sunny, but there is a 40-50 per cent chance of showers on both days across the region.
Today, Friday, June 26 will be a mostly sunny day both along the coast and further inland with a predicted top of 20 degrees along the coast following an overnight low of nine degrees.
Away from the coast the mercury will rise to a top of 15 degrees during and day following an overnight low of nine degrees.
Along the coast Saturday will reach a top of 19 degrees after an overnight low of eight, while Sunday will be a repeat performance during the day and a low of 10 degrees.
Saturday will have a moderate UV index range.
Further inland, the mercury will climb to just 14 degrees after a night-time temperature of seven, while on Sunday will be another top of 14 degrees after a low of seven.
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