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GTA Cycling forecast filled with highs and lows this week

Monday, June 21st 2021, 9:28 am - A very temperamental end to June may affect your cycling plans this week.

To be frank, the weather is all over the place this week; a very temperamental end to June, but we’ll be able to string a few dry days together. Monday, by far the most dangerous day to ride with the threat of thunderstorms and gusty winds

Tuesday features the coldest daytime high since May 28th, so dress appropriately and in layers if you run cold.

Temperatures set to steadily build before we await another front as the weekend approaches.

MONDAY

  • Most unsettled day of the week, along with the windiest - gusty southwest winds up to 60 km/h throughout the day with a round of strong thunderstorms possible into the afternoon, posing a risk to cyclists
  • Humid and feeling like the mid-30’s before the cold front slices on through

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TUESDAY

  • We’ve time-travelled back to May - highs remain below 20’s with a brisk northerly wind with clearing skies late-day
  • Be aware, it’s just 10°C or so early Tuesday AM

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WEDNESDAY

  • Light southerly wind, and temperatures several degrees below seasonal - think the low 20’s
  • Slightest risk of a pop-up shower, but we’ll leave the odds slim, for now

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THURSDAY

  • Welcome back to seasonal with morning temperatures near 20°C, mostly sunny skies but a blustery southwest winds develops, possibly gusting up to 40 km/h
  • Absolutely gorgeous cycling weather, it’s my must ride day of the week

Thursday

FRIDAY

  • Temperatures return to the upper 20’s, a little muggy with gusty southwest winds
  • Watching the timing of a frontal system, showers and thunderstorms develop

SAFETY TIP OF THE WEEK: MASTERING THE RIGHT TURN

  • While on the far right of the roadway, check for pedestrians because they have the right of way
  • When it's clear, perform the right turn and signal ahead of time
  • If there’s a stop sign or traffic signal, you must obey them and come to a stop before performing the turn

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