The summer might be going to the wayside, but the warmer temperatures will be sticking around a bit longer.
Rob Kuhn with Environment Canada told 570 NEWS there will be more than your typical number of days with sunshine and summer-like temps.
"Maybe, we'll get some spells, and the temperatures in the afternoon, into October, in the low to mid 20's," he said.
November, Kuhn added, could still see temperatures between 10-15 degrees but we'll see some cooler swings too.
For comparison, he pointed out we had snow in Waterloo Region on Remembrance Day a year ago.
With files from Lisa Drew.