Thursday continues to look like a wet day in Toronto as teams set up at the track. That low pressure system will clear the area in plenty of time before the on-track activity starts on Friday morning. High pressure will be extending across the Great Lakes, providing a north wind that will supply pleasant temperatures and a dry air mass.
Another low pressure system is expected to approach the area from the west on Saturday, with the cold front pushing through in the evening. Ahead of the front, scattered showers are expected, with a few isolated thunderstorms possible. As it stands today, the timing of the best chance of rain in Toronto is probably in the middle of the day, between 11 am and 4 pm. That timing could shift a little either way as we get closer to Saturday. I expect that if rain does fall at the track, it will be fairly light and not last for a long time, so the impact on the action should be low. Lightning strikes in the area would be my biggest concern for interruptions, but the chance of that happening appears low.
Behind the front on Sunday, temperatures will be cooler with a north wind, and skies will be mostly sunny through the day with drier air building in. You couldn't ask for better weather for a race.