26°C weather expected this week in Mississauga and Brampton


Published May 7, 2023 at 3:46 pm

You might want to hang up your umbrella and raincoat in the closet (temporarily that is) as there will be sunshine—and plenty of it this week including temperatures as high as 26 C in Mississauga, Brampton and surrounding areas.

It seems like mother nature is taking a bit of a break from serving cloudy and rainy weather. Much of southern Ontario received a gloomy couple of weeks with the odd sunny peaks in-between and temperatures sitting at a cool 10 C.

According to Meteorologists, as of today (May. 6) it’s the final call for rain (for the week). Although temperatures are expected to reach up to 15 C— majority of Sunday will be cloudy with scattered showers throughout the day.

Monday will be five degrees warmer than Sunday as temperatures will rise to 20 C. The day will be mainly sunny with cloudy breaks.

The Weather Network predicts Tuesday to be sunny with clear skies throughout the day before temperatures will dip down to a chilly 6 C.

Wednesdays forecast will mimic Tuesdays with sunshine and blue skies, except it will be significantly warmer with temperatures hitting 22 C.

As Thursday and Friday approach Meteorologists see an above seasonal trend in the warmer temperatures, as past records show 18 C being the median for Spring weather.

Environment Canada anticipates Thursday to heat up to 25 C with sunshine occupying most of the day  and no clouds in sight.

With the weekend around the corner, Friday’s temperatures will reach its peak at 26 C— making it the hottest day compared to the entire week.

The clouds return back on Saturday with sunny periods throughout the day.

With weather this good, residents shouldn’t pass up the opportunity. It might be a good idea to engage in outdoor activities. Perhaps take a walk or a short hike with friends and maybe even start up the BBQ—as its uncertain how long the perfect weather streak will last before the heavy rain and gloomy clouds make a return.

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