Climate: threat of showers and Wednesday warms as much as 24 C

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Tuesday’s forecast is for seasonal September temperatures and an opportunity of showers however make plans now for a summery Wednesday and a sunny weekend.

Blended skies with a 30 per cent likelihood of showers day and night time are on faucet for Tuesday, Atmosphere and Local weather Change Canada reported. Temperatures are close to common for mid-September with a excessive of 18 C and low of 12 C.

Wednesday is especially sunny and 24 C with a humidex of 27 C, though southwesterly winds at 20 km/h are anticipated to extend to 40 gusting to 60 within the afternoon.

Wednesday night time is cloudy with a 30 per cent likelihood of showers and low of seven C.

That 30 per cent likelihood of showers lingers Thursday with a excessive of 15 C and low of two C.

Then it’s a spell of sunny days and clear nights into subsequent week.

Friday’s excessive is 14 C with a low of two C.

Saturday is 15 C with a low of three C.

Sunny skies stick round Sunday and Monday with highs of 17 C and 18 C.