Sunday, May 22nd 2022, 1:02 pm - A warmer but changeable pattern, and unsettled at times, is expected for the final few days of May and into early June.
MONDAY AND BEYOND:
As the thunderstorm risk finally eases in Quebec and New Brunswick, the heat and humidity will also be wiped clean Monday, with dry and cooler conditions will be left behind.
In Quebec, cooler than seasonal temperatures will dominate most of this week. Two low-pressure systems are expected to track into the region from the southern U.S. during the second half, bringing widespread periods of rain late Wednesday through Friday.
After the cold front tracks through New Brunswick, much cooler weather moves into Atlantic Canada on Monday and most of next week.
A warmer but changeable pattern, and unsettled at times, is expected for the final few days of May and into early June.
A couple of systems are expected to bring widespread periods of rain late this week, starting Thursday for the Maritimes.
Be sure to check back as we continue to fine tune the long weekend storm risks.