Three things you need to know about Monday

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Andrea Bagley
Digital Reporter

Monday, June 9, 2014, 6:49 AM - Wondering what you missed overnight or what you can expect for the day ahead? 

Here's your weather briefing for Monday, June 9.

1. Heavy rain to soak the northern Prairies

The start of the work week brings unsettled weather to parts of the northern Prairies.

30-45 mm of rain is forecast in some places through Tuesday with locally higher amounts possible.

There's also the potential for thunderstorms to fire up along the Manitoba/northwestern Ontario border with isolated severe storms possible in some areas.

2. Temperatures rebound in southern Ontario

After a cool, wet and windy Sunday, temperatures are expected to warm up across southern Ontario on Monday.

Daytime highs in the mid 20s are expected, with the city of Toronto expected to hit 23°C, feeling even warmer with the humidity.

Temperatures will continue to climb midweek with more unsettled conditions expected on Wednesday and Thursday.


3. Pack your sunscreen and umbrella in Atlantic Canada

Sunscreen AND umbrella? You'll likely need both across parts of Atlantic Canada today.

High heat and humidity combined with an approaching cold front are the perfect ingredients for thunderstorm activity later in the day.

The greatest chance for severe storms will be in the west-central sections of New Brunswick.

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