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Weather: Keep cool, people. Unstable weather due to Humidex in the late 30s, possible T-storm

The Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival returned to Mooney's Bay after a two-year pandemic pause.
Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon The Boat Festival returned to Mooneys Bay after a two-year pandemic pause.Photo courtesy of Ashley Fraser/Post Media

Sunday weather is hot and unstable.

According to the Environment and Climate Change Canada Meteorological Bureau, today starts on a sunny day, this afternoon becomes cloudy, and then there is a risk of thunderstorms, late in the afternoon. There is a 70% chance of a thunderstorm. ..

This morning, the wind gusts south at 30km / h to 50.

The highest value of 30 C feels like 38 in humidex. UV index 10 or very high.

Tonight, there is a 70% chance of a shower and a thunderstorm. The wind blows to the southwest at 20 km / h, and 40 weakens after midnight. The wind goes west 20 days before the morning. Low 19 degrees.

Monday's forecast is mostly sunny, cloudy late in the morning, with a 40% chance of a shower in the afternoon. There is a danger of thunderstorms in the afternoon. It gusts at a wind speed of 30km / h and a speed of 50km / h. At a height of 24 ° C, the Humidex is 27. The UV index is 9 or very high.

The rest of the week should be high in the range 25-28 C and low overnight in the mid-teens.

The normals for this date are a maximum temperature of 25 degrees and a minimum temperature of 15 degrees. Yesterday's maximum temperature reached 31 degrees Celsius.

Check reminderOttawa Public health water quality page before swimming on a local beach. Secondly, remind us that Westboro Beach is closed during the season due to construction.

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