It might be muggy and wet today but the rest of the week will finally feel like summer.

Temperatures are expected to hit highs of 27C to 30C tomorrow through to Saturday with sunny skies, Rob Kuhn, a severe weather meteorologist for Environment Canada, said yesterday.

“(It’s) summer weather finally … I don’t think it will be uncomfortable by any means. It’ll just be beautiful,” Kuhn said, adding the next couple days is an ideal time for vacationers.

The same, unfortunately, couldn’t be said for yesterday’s rollercoaster of weather conditions.

A warm front brought showers to the area yesterday morning, hitting certain areas in the city with 10 to 15 millimetres of downpour in just minutes, Kuhn said, adding a funnel cloud was reported as forming over Highway 401 and Yonge Street in the morning.

But there’s “no indication that anything got close to contact on the ground,” Kuhn said.

The thunderstorm reportedly knocked out the power at Pearson Airport, grounding all flights. It also forced organizers to cancel last night’s Nickelback concert at the Molson Amphitheatre.

While there were heavy thunderstorms last night, the rest of the week promises sunnier days in the city, forecasters say.