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Like it or not, we're into the home stretch when it comes to summer, Ontario. The forecast? Back to fall-like storms to go with your back to school shopping for the week ahead, as a low pressure system spinning up over the U.S. Central Plains targets the Great Lakes. But don't put away the barbecue just yet; summer isn't quite done with us -- in fact, we're looking at another surge of above-average temperature to finish off the month and take us into September.

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