Environment Canada issues special weather report for Ottawa – .

Environment Canada issues special weather report for Ottawa – .

OTTAWA – Hot and humid temperatures will sweep over Ottawa for the start of the first week of summer vacation.

Environment Canada ended a special weather report warning of “heavy showers” on Sunday evening. A new weather report was released calling for “very hot and humid” temperatures until Monday.

“A mass of hot and very humid air will cover the regions until Monday. Afternoon humidx values ​​between 30 and nearly 40 are expected. It will be cooler near some riparian areas, especially today, ”Environment Canada said Sunday afternoon.

“A slightly cooler and less humid air mass will arrive on Tuesday. “

Forecasts call for a low of 20 C on Sunday evening in Ottawa and a high of 30 C on Monday. With the Humidex, it will be 39 degrees on Monday.

A heat warning has been issued for parts of eastern Ontario.

Environment Canada says the excessive heat and humidity will continue through Monday in Brockville, Prescott, Merrickville-Wolford, Kemptville, Cornwall, Morrisburg and Prescott and Russell.

“After a few hot and humid days, even higher temperatures are expected over the next two days. High temperatures near 31 degrees and afternoon humidity values ​​near 40 are expected. Nightly lows near 20 degrees will offer little relief from the heat and humidity, ”Environment Canada said.

Here’s a look at the updated forecast for Ottawa:

Mainly cloudy with a chance of showers. Low 21 C.

Monday will be mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. High 30. Humidex will make it look like 39 degrees.

Tuesday will be cloudy with a maximum of 26C.

There is a risk of rain on Wednesday and Canada Day.

A total of 26mm of rain was recorded at the Ottawa airport on Saturday, just below the record for the heaviest rain on June 26th of 26.7mm of rain recorded in 1954. Ottawa also received 4.7 mm of rain Friday night.


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