The warm, heavy atmosphere we are experiencing will last another day as the local tulips run through their life cycle. But there’s relief to come, and some much-needed rain in the forecast.
Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting mostly cloudy skies for Sunday, with a 30% chance of rain this morning and a 70% chance of showers this afternoon, and a risk of thunderstorms.
Winds will be variable between 5 and 10 km/hour for Sunday.
The fog patches will dissipate this morning. A high of 26 C will look like 31 with humidex. UV Index 7 or higher.
Mercury hit 31.2 C yesterday, beating the 2004 record of 30.7 C, by the way.
For Sunday night, the forecast is for partly cloudy skies and a 70% chance of rain showers in the early evening with a risk of thunderstorms and a minimum of 14ºC.
Monday should start with a mix of sun and clouds, becoming cloudy in the afternoon with rain showers, with a risk of thunderstorms in the late afternoon. Wind turning south at 20 km/h with gusts to 40 in the late afternoon.
The high will be (only) 22C with temperatures dropping to 16C in the afternoon. Humidex 25. UV Index 8 or very high.
As for the rest of the week, it looks like a rainy Tuesday with a high of 11°C and a high of 23°C and sunshine on Thursday.
Average temperatures for this date are a high of 19C and a low of 7.6C.
The sun rose at 5:32 am on Sunday and sets at 8:35 am.