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It's a sunny 24 with humidex 31 here now, but a band of storms is headed here very soon as the cold front sweeps in.




EC is calling for the heat to return mid-week in the southwest

21 20 19 22 29 33 31 for Chatham-Kent and Windsor
Yes SW Ontario looks to see warmer temps later next week, unfortunately the warmth never manages to make it past London. While you guys are at 30-33C, we will be 20-23C
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31 29 13 20 22 21 20

If it happens this will be our first 30C day of the year.
And look a THIRTEEN!! One day after a 29 haha!
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Another stunning weekend ahead.

23 today
27 tomorrow
21 on Sunday

And the week ahead is all 20 to 21, with 17 on Thursday. Love.

Perfecto Currently 18 as of noon.
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One would think Environment Canada's weather stations would be I dunno...a bit more robust..
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St. John's YYT max temperature today of 27.6 degrees is the hottest May day on record for the airport.
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28C currently in Moncton with a humidex of 36.
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St. John's YYT max temperature today of 27.6 degrees is the hottest May day on record for the airport.
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God, can you imagine people actually live in Iqaluit? Still not 20C by May fucking 29th? I'd never be able to do it.



SO many shirtless people out and about today. It's insane. Combination of the public health emergency and first hot day. I'm sweating just sitting in my house (second floor, windows open) and I am LOVING EVERY SECOND.
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Does this mean outside of the north Calgary & Edmonton are the only cities in Canada to not have one day in the mid 20s yet (let alone high 20s/30s)?

So far both cities max temps this year are:

Edmonton: 23.7 at Blatchford, 23.0 at YEG
Calgary: 21.8

Both cities may reach 25C tomorrow.
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Oh forsure, and Sage as well.
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Been on and off light showers all day. Very green out there!



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This is what I'm talking about when I say that I prefer deciduous trees over evergreens. Such an idyllic and heavenly vista this is. The Carolinian forest is the best.
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