Colder Friday, snow shower or flurries possible

Temperatures are about to cool down from the recent spring-like weather as sharply colder Canadian air will arrive behind a passing cold front on Friday.

Despite the cool down, temperatures will still be above average, as highs are expected to be in the mid-to-upper 30s under a partly sunny sky.

As the colder air builds in, it’ll tap into some instability which may be enough to produce a brief snow shower or flurries.

Temperatures will drop down into the teens late Friday night into Saturday as high pressure builds in leading to a quiet weekend under a mostly sunny sky. High temperatures will bounce back into the 40s on Saturday and Sunday.