|Projected path of Bertha this week. (The Weather Network)|
The weather in Montreal over the weekend was warm and very humid, a little smokey on Saturday, with lots of thunderstorms around. The main area of storminess remained along the US/Ontario/Quebec border southwest of Montreal. Some flooding was observed in the Adirondacks of New York as storms trained over the same area both days. A few showers moved into the metro area overnight, but that should be all for today. Temperatures will be warm again today reaching 28C (83F) in Montreal. I managed two 30C (86F) days in a row at my home on L'Ile Perrot for both Saturday and Sunday. Lows tonight will be mild around 20C (68F).
The sunshine today will eventually give way to increasing clouds by Tuesday morning as a cold front moves into the St. Lawrence Valley. Look for showers and thunderstorms to develop by mid-day Tuesday. It will be cooler with a high of 23C (73F). The balance of the week looks fair, cool at first, but with a warming trend into next weekend.