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Thunderstorms approaching Southern Ontario; Humidex to reach 38 in some areas

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Dalia Ibrahim
Digital Reporter

Sunday, June 22, 2014, 8:11 PM -

Did you realize that this was the fifth weekend in a row that southern Ontario has not had any rainfall? 

The first day of summer kicked-off with sunny skies across the region. Pleasant conditions are expected to continue on Monday, with warmer temperatures and slight humidity.


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System to push into GTA pre-dawn Tuesday

System to push into GTA pre-dawn Tuesday

A developing low pressure system from the States will start to impact southern Ontario Monday (and through your day on Tuesday), bringing isolated-severe thunderstorms to the region. 

Humidex will range from 32 in Cottage Country, to 38 in extreme southwestern Ontario.


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"Thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday with these humidex readings, lake breeze convergence zones, and a cold front approaching," said Weather Network meteorologist Brian Dillon. 

Temperatures will remain near seasonal through the week and humidex readings after Tuesday will be near 30. 


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Be sure to check back for updates as we continue to monitor this developing system.

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