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No, summer isn't over. Yes, it's time to sweat again

You’ve heard somebody say it.

“It’s getting darker earlier.”

“The nights are getting cooler.”

“It’s almost September.”

“Summer is almost over.”

Well, summer has something to say about its greatly exaggerated demise.

And it’s saying it today with a high 28 C and a humidex that makes it feel much warmer – closer to 36.

Walking somewhere? Biking? Turning around slowly in your chair? Prepare to break a sweat.

It’s going to feel soupy.

There’s a risk of thunderstorms in the morning and rain until later this afternoon.

The UV index is 6, or high.

Tonight should be, thankfully, cooler, with a low near 11 C.

Tomorrow, the mercury bounces back up to 29 C, with a feels like of 34. There will be far fewer clouds in the sky and a UV index of 7, or high.

Tuesday night’s low won’t bring much relief from the heat, dropping to only 18 C.

There’s a 60 per cent chance of rain on Wednesday, both day and night.

The high will be 27 C and the low will be 15 C.

The early forecast for the rest of the week is looking near perfect, with highs in the mid-20s and nighttime lows in the low teens. So far, there’s no rain and hardly any cloud cover in the forecast for next weekend. But, again, it’s early and things tend to change.

Average temperatures for this time of year are highs near 24 C and lows around 14 C.

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