|Photo posted by Dayna Vettese of TWN via Twitter (taken by a friend). This was taken from Toronto Island Airport looking at the outer edges of Monday's storm.|
One more front will traverse the region today slowly moving east overnight. Some showers and perhaps a couple of thunderstorms are forecast today for southern Quebec. Some of these once again will be strong, slow movers with the potential for flash flooding. It is muggy already at 23C on our way to 27C.
Skies will try to clear Thursday and it will be noticeably cooler and dryer at 21C. We then head into the best stretch of weather this July with warm sunshine and dry right through Tuesday. Temperatures will start near 25C (77F) but warm to 29C (85F) by Sunday.