Friday may be the final day of the heat wave that started two weeks ago, leaving dozens of temperature records broken.
We're headed to 25 again today under Sunny skies, which would break yet more records.
The record set in 1938 for Collingwood was 24.4 Celsius while the record in Wiarton is 12.7 set in 1987.
New records were established Thursday in Collingwood and Wiarton -- as well as Barrie, Orillia and Toronto.
We're headed closer to seasonal temperatures over the weekend, but still above normal.