As the calendar gets prepped to flip from June to July, our beautiful nation is about to celebrate its 152rd birthday.
While you-know-what has ceased in-person celebrations, Canada Day is forecasted to be a mix of sun and clouds and is slated to feel like a toasty 33ºC.
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“Temperatures across northern Quebec will sizzle in the low-30s, while the southern section of the province will sit comfortably, near seasonal, in the mid- to upper-20s,” The Weather Network said.
Montreal is expected to get hit with eight hours of sunshine on Canada Day, according to the weather agency, and the first week of July is lining up to bring five more consecutive days of “feels like” temperatures above 30ºC.