Ontario’s summer forecast just came out and it’s going to be a hot and stormy mess

Ontario’s summer forecast for 2022 has just been revealed, and Avril Lavigne’s levels will be ‘tricky’.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), the season will be mostly typical, bringing heat and humidity to the province, with the possibility of things getting as sweaty as a CrossFit gym at times.

Residents aren’t likely to melt on the sidewalk like last summer. However, southern and eastern Ontario cities like Toronto, London and Ottawa will experience their fair share of heat waves. So you’ll want to get into a serious relationship with a giant air conditioning unit or fan.

The intense heat and humidity are likely to have many praying for cooler weather, which will be provided by cold fronts moving through the region this summer.

However, you have to be careful what you wish for because the combination of hot and cold could also create a stormy weather pattern.

“These storms will produce a wide range in rainfall totals, with many areas seeing above normal rainfall, while some nearby locations could miss out frequently and become quite dry at times,” TWN reports.

Fortunately, this year’s summer forecast is still looking positive overall, providing more than enough sunny days to enjoy outdoor activities and make the most of cabin season, which will be a welcome change of pace from the start remarkably. slow of spring

The season is also on track for the first largely unrestricted summer in two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It would be a never ending bummer if the weather kept everyone inside anyway.

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