Heavy rains, then turning fair.
Hot and dry for St. Jean Baptiste Day in Quebec, followed by thunderstorms.
Mostly fair and hot.
Very hot and sultry for Canada Day festivities; temperatures climb to 32 to 36°C away from the shorelines.
Stormy weather, then turning fair.
Hot, then scattered showers, followed by clearing skies.
Stormy through Quebec and Maritimes, then turning fair.
Hot weather, followed by scattered thunderstorms.
Showers, then fair and turning hot once again.
3-H weather: Hazy/hot/humid.
Wet weather, followed by a clearing trend that hopefully arrives in time for Natal Day in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick Day, and the Provincial Holiday in PEI.
Stormy weather spreads up from the South, then turning fair.
Fair skies for the Gold Cup Parade in Charlottetown.
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