Sunshine and hazy weather will hit Mississauga and Brampton this week

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Published June 4, 2023 at 6:55 pm

The sunny days are here to stay for the third consecutive week in Mississauga, Brampton and other areas of southern Ontario.

Residents in the region will be happy to know that there will be even more sunshine for the next 7 days—without the uncomfortable humidity and temperatures hitting above 30 C (which was the case last week)

The last two days of the week (Jun 2 – Jun 3) meteorologists sent out a heatwave warning to Ontarians and if you found yourself heading outdoors during those times —especially unprepared—you may have had a sense of instant regret.

You can take a sigh of (relief for now) as there has not been significant weather alerts from experts predicting another heatwave.

As of today (Jun. 4) it will be mostly sunny throughout the day with a high of 19 C. It will get a bit cloudy closer to the evening.

Monday brings a mix of sun and clouds with a high of 27 C —which will be the hottest day compared to the rest of the week. A 60 percent of showers is on the cards throughout the night.

Meteorologist say, to minimize sun exposure by staying outdoors between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. However, if you must venture outside— this is where a good sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and light breathable clothing will save you from the negative effects of the sun.

However along with the pleasant weather, mother nature will also bring a slight haze due to the residuals from the wildfires in Quebec.

According to the Weather Network, “poor air quality is expected during the week.” This might affect individuals who have underlying health issues such as asthma.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be bright and sunny with clear skies and temperatures rising to 23 C.

Environment Canada predicts Thursday to be sunny with cloudy breaks, but no sign of rain. Temperatures will stay at a consistent 20 C before dropping to 10 C.

As Friday approaches the clouds will disappear and sunshine will be dominate for the greater part of the day. The evening could also bring rain.

With Saturday on the horizon, it could mean the sunny streak and dry spell will end, as a 60 percent chance of rain is expected.

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