Possible thunderstorms, warm and humid conditions this week for Mississauga and Brampton
Published July 9, 2023 at 5:12 pm
It’s going to be mostly warm and sunny with isolated rain showers this week in Mississauga and Brampton, but some turbulent weather could hit first.
Beginning today (Jul. 9) it will be cloudy with temperatures sitting at a warm 24 C. Meteorologists predict a risk of a thunderstorm in the evening which is expected to clear up overnight.
There will also be visible patches of fog that are anticipated to stick around until the morning with a potential for the wind speeds to pick up to 38 km/h.
Monday brings bright and sunny weather with temperatures climbing to 28 C. It will be the only day this week where the skies will be clear during both the day and night.
Temperatures will remain on the warmer side in the evening dropping to 20 C. It would be a good idea to continue to keep cool and hydrated.
According to Environment Canada, Tuesday will hit 30 C making it the hottest day compared to the rest of the week.
The day will be mostly cloudy and a 40 percent chance for rain is in the forecast which may continue overnight. Temperatures will significantly fall to a cool crisp 13 C by the evening.
Wednesday and Thursday will be cloudy with glimpses of sunshine throughout the day. Temperatures will remain above 20 C and but won’t exceed over 26 C. A chance of rain is on the cards which could carry through out the night before dissipating by morning.
Although Friday looks like it will be a mix of sun and clouds with a high of 27 C—The Weather Network predicts something far worse. Experts call for a potential thunderstorm to hit Mississauga, Brampton and surrounding areas.
Residents might want to keep an eye out for a special weather statements or alerts closer to the day.
It might be a “stay indoors” kind of weekend as rain is expected to occupy the greater part of Saturday, while temperatures are set to stay at a consistent 25 C.
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