Thunderstorms approaching Southern Ontario; Humidex to reach 38 in some areas
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.
DON'T MISS: The Weather Network's Ultimate Guide to Summer!
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.
NEW FEATURE: PRECIP START/STOP: Now we can help you predict when your area will see precipitation. Simply visit your city page and click the 3-Hour Precip Start Stop logo
"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.
Be sure to check back for updates as we continue to monitor this developing system.