On average the warmest temperatures of the summer arrive around the third week of July for the Sault region. Typically this time of year climbs to just over +24C.
This week should not disappoint as every day should hit that mark, if not warmer. The sad news is that climatologically speaking, each day after this coming week starts to get a little cooler. Let's hope Mother Nature can break that trend this year and make up for the slow start to the warm weather this past spring.
Warm sunny weather settles in today with daytime highs in the mid-20s and nearly calm winds.
Tomorrow remains warm with sunny skies to start the day followed by clouds building in the afternoon on a southerly wind. Scattered showers and storms arrive in the evening and overnight.
Morning clouds will give way to the sunshine for the afternoon on Wednesday with temperatures in the mid-20s.
Thursday and Friday will be sunny with daytime highs in the mid to upper 20s.
This coming weekend starts our warm and dry, but rain moves in by early Sunday.