Blustery conditions on tap

It will be rainy and blustery tonight, with an overnight low of four C (39 F) and north-northeast winds gusting up to 44 km/h.
Tomorrow will see morning showers giving way to a sun-cloud mix, with a high of 14 (57) and low around two (35).
Look for northwest winds gusting up to 39 km/h.
Afternoon rain and drizzle are forecast for Saturday, along with a high of 10 (50) and low again dipping to two (35).
Then Sunday will bring a little rain, with a high of just nine (48) and low near seven (44).
The extended outlook calls for a chance of thunderstorms Monday, along with a high of 17 (62) and low around five (41).
The record high for today is 29 (84) set in 1914 while the record low is minus-seven (19) set in 1956.
Normals are 17 (62) and four (39).
Sunset tonight is at 7:16 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 6:58 a.m.