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Temperatures won't be as hot or as muggy today, but there's still a risk of storms.
Enviironment Canada is calling for mainly sunny skies through most of today, with a high of 23ºC this afternoon. But increasing cloudiness after lunch will bring a 60 per cent chance of showers, and there's the risk of a thunderstorm, too. Winds will pick up as well, from the northwest at about 30 km/h. The UV Index will hit 6, which is considered high.
Partly cloudy skies tonight will see a continuing chance of showers or a thunderstorms, with those northwest winds dying down late this evening. Overnight, temperatures will drop to 13ºC.
Tomorrow will see a mix of sun and cloud, with a 60 per cent chance of afternoon showers again, along with the risk of a thunderstorm, plus breezy winds again. Tomorrow's high will be 23ºC.
Wednesday should see sun, as temperatures warm up. The Wednesday high will be 26ºC.
There's a slight chance of showers again on Thursday, which will have a mix of sun and cloud in the sky, but it will be hot, with a high of 28ºC.
Friday looks to end the week on a hot note, with sunny skies and a high of 28ºC. Similar stuff is predicted for the weekend, with sun and a high of 27ºC for Saturday, followed by more sun and a high of 30ºC on Sunday.
The normal high for this time of year is 25ºC; the normal low is 12ºC.
The hottest it's ever been on a July 7 was in 1981, when it hit 33.2ºC. The coldest ever was in 1993, when it was just 3.3ºC.