Heavy rain, then fair.
Hot and dry, then thunderstorms spread east.
Mostly fair skies; hot weather returns.
Thunderstorms spread in, could threaten Canada Day, especially over western sections of Ontario.
Very hot, dry with temperatures in the 32 to 36°C range.
The hot weather continues. Scattered showers quickly move in, and then out, followed by clearing.
Fair and continued hot.
Showers, thunderstorms sweep from western Ontario and points east, then turning fair.
Hot weather then scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Unseasonably hot conditions persist.
Stormy weather streaks east across the province.
Oppressively uncomfortable: heat indices in urban areas soar to 38 to 43°C!
Becoming wet from western Ontario and points east, followed by clearing for the Civic/Provincial holiday.
Stormy, then fair.
Hot and dry, then turning wet.
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