Finally, rain almost everyday this week in Mississauga and Brampton


Published June 11, 2023 at 5:44 pm

It seems like Mississauga, Brampton, Hamilton and surrounding areas will be getting a bit of a break from drought-like weather as meteorologists predict at least four days of mild to moderate rainfall.

The past three weeks Peel region not only received above seasonal weather, but there were several days where experts alerted residents of heatwaves, including the residual effects from the current wildfires across Canada which have impacted outdoor visability and air quality for most Ontarians.

Plants and wildlife will be thanking mother nature as (in their own way) as rain is expected to enter the forecast after a brief hiatus.

As of today (Jun. 11) it will be mostly cloudy with a high of 18 C. Rain could begin early in the evening and a risk for an overnight thunderstorm is on the cards. There is also a possibility of 15 to 24 mm of rain accumulation.

In the chance that there is a storm, the rain will carry into Monday morning and stop momentarily in the afternoon with a 60 percent chance of starting up again later in the day. Due to the storm, there may be rainfall amounting between 10 to 15 mm. Temperatures will stay consistent at 22 C before dipping to 11 C by the evening.

According to Environment Canada, Tuesday brings the third straight day of showers—however, if we were to combine the amount of rain from Jun. 11 to Jun. 13 —it wouldn’t compare to a single day (Jun. 13) from the year 2000 where there was nearly 58.8 mm of precipitation! There will also be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day and temperatures will hang out at 19 C before cooling down to 11 C by night.

The Weather Network predicts sunshine and clear skies for Wednesday with temperatures climbing to 23 C for the greater part of the day which will ease and drop down to 12 C by nightfall with cloudy periods in-between.

Thursday looks like it be cloudy with a 60 percent chance of showers. Temperatures will be in the high teens before dipping to 10 C in the evening — this will be the chilliest night compared to the whole week.

Meteorologists expect Friday and Saturday to be mainly sunny with the chance of cloudy periods. Temperatures will rise up between 24 C – 26 C which is below the 30 plus degrees we’ve been seeing the last little while —but it will be the warmest days out of the entire week.

This week will be extra pleasant to individuals who enjoy an outdoor walk or hike in the rain and even those who prefer staying indoors, listening to the pitter patter sound against the window while they work.

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