One thing about this time of year is that when you have a day as spectacular as today was, it usually doesn't last long. The overall view of weather across the country is a busy one with several disturbances in play. None of them appear to be anything major but it will mean opportunities for clouds and rain. The first such opportunity comes Wednesday night into Thursday as low pressure moves across Southern Canada and a cold front moves through. Combined with a strengthening onshore flow Wednesday and we will see sunshine give way to increasing clouds. Wednesday night into Thursday morning there could be some showers or some light rain or drizzle. Temperatures on Wednesday will be quite cool with highs mostly in the 50s. A second system behind the first will bring another round of showers and maybe a thunderstorm Thursday night and on Friday. Temperatures will be on the rise into Friday until the front passes and then we start to set things up for the weekend.