A weather swing of -1°C to 23°C coming this week in Mississauga and Brampton
Published May 14, 2023 at 4:08 pm
Residents in Mississauga, Brampton and surrounding areas can expect the warmer weather to continue with the exception of the -1 C temperatures mid-week and the potential of scattered showers.
Last week, mother nature served above-seasonal weather with plenty of sunshine and temperatures shooting up to 26 C.
The good news is, much of southern Ontario will experience a repeat of those summer vibes with a slight catch — you may want to keep your rain gear on standby as a chance for showers is anticipated.
Worry not, your Mother’s Day plans today (May. 14) for that special person(s) in your life will not be affected. Whether you have indoor or outdoor activities planned, there will be sunshine and mostly clear skies present throughout the day with a high of 18 C.
According to Meteorologists, Monday will bring even more sun with temperatures hitting 23 C with the potential of wind speeds picking up to 30 km/h.
On Tuesday the sunshine streak will take a bit of a pause as storm clouds will make an appearance with temperatures sitting at 21 C and a 30 percent chance of rain is also on the cards.
Environment Canada predicts temperatures to drop significantly by 9 degrees compared to the previous day—making it a cool 12 C on Wednesday with clear skies and the return of sunny weather. Wait there’s more! You may want to layer up a bit as temperatures will dip even lower, to a chilly -1 C in the evening —bringing back memories from this past winter.
As Thursday approaches, the temperatures gradually build to a pleasant 16 C as the sun will remain at the centre of attraction with no signs of rain or clouds in sight.
The Weather Network calls for a rainy Friday with cloudy periods, although temperatures will be on the warmer side, reaching 17 C.
Rolling into Saturday, it looks like temperatures will inch to 18 C — occupying the morning and afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds for a majority of the day.
Besides the -1 C outlier, with weather this good one could hope the sunshine trend continues for many more weeks to follow!
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