With rain, showers, drizzle and general moisture in the air today, Juneuary is in full swing.
But that's not going to stick around too long.
We've still got a couple damp days ahead, with Environment Canada predicting a 60 per cent of showers tomorrow, June 14, and proper rain again on Tuesday, June 15, but things should improve thereafter.
Wednesday is forecast to be cloudy, which, while not a blue sky, isn't rain. Things should clear up throughout those 24 hours, with night skies due to be clear.
And then Thursday arrives.
Environment Canada is currently predicting a high of 23 C with sunny skies the whole day. And that's not an anomaly. Friday is predicted to be 25 C and sunny and Saturday a stitch cooler at 24 C (but still sunny).
So if you're staring out the window dreaming of the beach trips, forest hikes or patio drinks that you missed out this weekend, maybe save up for next weekend.