Following Europe’s deadly heatwave, Montreal can expect its own dangerously hot weather to kick off the first week of July.
As the workweek hits the midpoint, The Weather Network is predicting that Montreal will feel like 34ºC on Wednesday before climbing even higher to end the week.
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According to the weather agency’s seven-day forecast, Thursday could feel as high as 35ºC before Friday’s scorcher of 39ºC with the humidex.
Overall temperatures are expected to hover around the low 30s throughout the week before dipping slightly before July’s first weekend.
This week’s heatwave comes a year after last summer’s dangerously high temperatures resulted in the deaths of 66 people across the province, from June 30 to July 8.
During extended periods of heat, locals are urged to drink plenty of water, keep cool, stay out of the sun, and check up on vulnerable citizens.