Possible thunderstorms, sunshine, and cooler temperatures this week in Mississauga and Brampton
Published September 17, 2023 at 4:54 pm
It’s going to be mostly sunny with cooler temperatures in the evenings, but some turbulent weather could hit first.
If last week wasn’t chilly enough, residents should brace for even lower temperatures these next seven days, possibly even waving a final farewell to the summer season as ‘fickle fall’ could be on its way.
Starting today (Sept. 17) it will be mainly cloudy with temperatures reaching 22 C. As the late afternoon approaches, it brings a 70 per cent risk of a thunderstorm with temperatures expected to drop to 13 C.
According to Environment Canada, Monday will also be cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of rain. Meteorologists anticipate a thunderstorm at some point in the afternoon. Temperatures will also dip to 8 C by the evening.
Tuesday will be a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures warming up to 20 C where it will remain for the greater part of the day before hitting a low of 7 C by the night —marking it as the coldest day compared to the entire week.
The Weather Network predicts Wednesday and Thursday to be full of sunshine with crystal clear skies. Temperatures will climb to a high of 21 C on both days. It will gradually get cooler by the evening with temperatures ranging between 10 C and 11 C.
With the end of the week on the horizon, Friday and Saturday will bring a bit of sunshine and cloudy weather throughout the day. Temperatures will stay at an average of 21 C before slipping to 12 C closer to the evening.
If you’re living in Mississauga, Brampton, or nearby areas and you’re thinking about spending your evening outdoors, consider grabbing a warm sweater or jacket. It’ll help you stay cozy and avoid getting sick!insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising