An upper-level weather feature will set up a blocking pattern for the next week, and the Sault region will be stuck in the hot, sunny part of this setup. For the next week, we can expect nearly every day to break 30°C under sunny skies with very little wind. July is sure to be ushered in by a heatwave.
Monday through Wednesday will be nearly identical with mostly sunny skies, temperatures hitting 31°C in the afternoon and calm winds until weak onshore breezes develop in the afternoon for locations near water.
The heat and sun continue for Thursday, but we will see a southerly wind develop.
Friday will be the only oddball day as cool northwest winds will drop daytime highs to a frigid 27°C.
The warmer than normal temperatures and dry weather is likely to continue this coming weekend when temperatures climb back up above 30°C again.