Wednesday, June 23, 2010
The June 24 holiday is on here in Quebec tomorrow, and school is ending in most locations across the country this Friday. The weather is not going to cooperate for the next couple of days sad to say. It looks like today will be warm and humid with an increasing threat of thunderstorms. The biggest threat for severe weather today will be in Ontario west of a line from Renfrew to Trenton. The storms will be intense with heavy rain, strong winds, hail and even isolated tornadoes. Keep this in mind if your travels take you down the 401 today. South of us into New York and Vermont it is just plain hot and humid. Temperatures today will be near 30C in Montreal and surrounding areas. Our threat for thunderstorms and heavy rain will take place overnight and into early Thursday morning. Tomorrow will be showery and cooler as a cold front moves through. This will set the stage for a sunny and seasonable Friday before more showers for the weekend and early next week. Lets worry about that forecast later on and enjoy today's weather first.