Thunderstorm warning lifted with clear skies in the forecast for Mississauga and Brampton

Published July 21, 2023 at 8:05 am

Say goodbye to grey clouds and thunderstorms as warm weather and clear skies are in the forecast for Mississauga and Brampton this weekend.

A thunderstorm warning hit the region on Thursday (July 20) due to extreme weather conditions passing through most of Southern Ontario, but Environment Canada is calling for much more pleasant conditions this weekend.

Friday will see a forecasted high of 25ºC in both Mississauga and Brampton feeling more like 30ºC with the humidex, and a chance of showers with winds gusting between 20 to 40 km/h, according to Environment Canada.

That should be the end of wet weather for the weekend as conditions are expected to clear up with a high of 26ºC on Saturday and sunny skies with a high of 25ºC on Sunday.

But you may want to pack an umbrella again next week as the forecast calls for a return to rain on Monday and Tuesday, so make sure you make the most of clear skies on the weekend.

The average high for this time in July is around 27ºC, while the hottest temperature recorded on July 21 in Mississauga and Brampton was a staggering 37.9°C back in 2011.

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