Environment Canada’s special weather statement continues today (Monday) for the first heat event of the season affecting all of the Kawarthas.
A warm and humid airmass moved over southern Ontario on Sunday. Low temperatures this morning remain above 20 degrees, providing little relief from yesterday’s heat.
Maximum temperatures will be slightly cooler today, but are still forecast to reach the high 20s with humidex values possibly reaching 37.
A cold front later today is expected to bring precipitation (possibly including thunderstorms) and cooler air into southern Ontario.
On Tuesday (June 19), temperatures will be in the low 20s, gradually increasing to the mid to high 20s later in the week.