There's been no shortage of summer-like conditions across the Maritimes this month. So far, July has brought the provinces several stretches of warm, dry and sunny weather.
Apart from some isolated thunderstorms on Monday, it looks the region can expect a pretty fair week. The same low that brought southern Ontario and Quebec some wicked storms this past weekend, pushed east on Monday bringing places like Hopewell, Nova Scotia heavy rain and powerful hail.
Now, residents can expect to use those umbrellas to block the sun instead of the rain. “The Maritimes will be dry both today and tomorrow with warm and humid temperatures in store,” says The Weather Network's meteorologist Brian Dillon.
Meanwhile, some wet weather has moved into other parts of Atlantic Canada.
“The low has continued to push east into Newfoundland, so people in the western part of the province can expect a cloudy and rainy day,” notes Dillon.
Some places could see up to 20 mm of rain by the time this storm is through. The good news it that temperatures are expected to remain in the low to mid twenties.
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With files from Lyndsay Morrison