The record high temperature on Sunday is 63. Temperatures will be about 10 to 15 degrees warmer than they were on Sunday, the National Weather Service says. The temperature hit 64 degrees, the previous record was 62 degrees, which was set in 1981.
Temperatures on Saturday reached 70 degrees, breaking the previous record high of 62 degrees that was set on February 18, 1981. Findlay's record high for February 19 is 67 degrees, set in 1930.
Record for Sunday? 68 degrees set in 1948.
People in northwestern Ontario looking to take advantage of the outdoors over the Family Day long weekend can expect weather that's quite a bit warmer than normal for this time of year, according to Environment Canada.
High temperatures are expected to warm into the upper 60s to lower 70s Monday thru Thursday for this upcoming week.
Monday night brings a slight chance of showers, with showers more likely Tuesday during the day after 1 p.m. and a slight chance of showers remaining throughout the night. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 66. Rainfall totals will be about a tenth to a quarter of an inch.
Thursday: A 20 percent chance of rain, high near 50.
Saturday's high of 56 was 16 degrees above the regular high for that date, he said.