Monday, May 27, 2019, at. 10:45 – Monday's daytime sun will be short as rainfall and thunderstorms return to the last week of May.
These breaks in the indeterminate and cooler spring weather are short, so be sure to soak up the abundant sunshine that will spread over much of southern Ontario on Monday. By later Monday night, the next widespread rain and thunderstorms are pushing, making for another miserable and much cooler few days ahead. More about how much rain can be expected, plus a look at how we close the working week (and month) on a high note below.
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- Comfortable conditions, seasonal temperatures begin working week
- The rain reaches south Ontario on Monday night continues uninterrupted throughout Thursday
- Final drying out on Friday, but changing patterns continue at the weekend
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BALMY START TO WORK WEEKEND
When we enter last week in May, some beautiful late spring conditions will start us in the right mood on Monday. Lots of sunshine and seasonal conditions near 20 ° C will be the name of the game for this new work week, but much like the spring has played so far, the sun and the warmer temperatures will soon be forgotten.
"More rain and thunderstorms develop on Monday night and will continue through Tuesday morning commute," Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham adds that the threat to showers and nozzles will continue on Tuesday, but with less rainfall than Monday night.
Though the risk is minimal for some non-serious thunderstorms to shoot up later on Monday night, there is also a slight chance of some insolent heavy storms from Windsor through Essex and Kent county. Heavy rain and strong winds are likely to accompany these storms.
Rain showers will scratch Eastern Ontario on Tuesday morning and gradually improve from west to east through afternoon and evening hours. Expect much colder daytime too, especially with a rough ea St Wind off Lake Ontario.
STAYING UNSETTLEDED THRODH THURSDAY
A slight disturbance will spread some further scattered showers over southern Ontario once again Wednesday and Thursday, although the totals must remain fairly bright throughout Wednesday.
"We look closely at a higher threat for rainy periods in Thursday, but there is still some uncertainty on the system's track that will bring the widespread rain," Gillham adds.
Regardless of Thursday's registers, southern Ontario will close the month with some sites reporting 60-70 percent of the 31 days of May with precipitation.
END OF THE WEEK ON A HIGH NOTE
By Friday, the last day of this soggy month, we will finally dry out with a return of sunshine and near seasonal temperatures. Surprise! It won't last.
"Saturday is expected to be several degrees warmer, but we follow the timing of our next system (a cold), which will cause the threat of a period of showers and thunderstorms later Saturday followed by cooler weather for Sunday, "Gillham says.
CONSEQUENTLY HEAT ACTIVITIES TO LOCK IN PREVIOUS JUNE
Temperatures return to the cold side of the season in the first week of June, "but keep in mind that our" normal "high temperatures will be in the bottom 20 & # 39; are at this time, so a few degrees cooler than seasonal will still be more enjoyable than what we've seen for most of the spring, "Gillham adds.
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