July 1: Here comes the convert

July 1: Here comes the convert

Boxes made, trucks reserved, lease signed: all that remains is to go inside. However, these carefully planned projects are at the mercy of the elements and the weather will change a game.

What to expect in 2022?

Good news! July 1, 2022 should be sunny and hot. This Sunday’s weather pattern is practically a copy-paste, allowing zonal winds (west to east) heat from the southern United States to visit the province of La Belle. Mercury is expected to be around 25 C or higher.

Problem: Moisture can build up in the game. In some places, especially in southern Quebec, the temperature may rise above 35 degrees. Unfortunately, this is the only day such a humidax is expected. Predictions may change in the next few days, and the situation needs to be closely monitored.

Moving metiogram

The risk of heat stroke in such situations is very high, especially during physical activity. Regular shading in the shade and wearing a scarf is recommended.

Extreme heat or heavy rain: Anything is possible on July 1st

When we compare ourselves, we comfort ourselves. 2018 is a bitter example: the temperature felt close to 45, and the suppression of humidity has been causing a number of headaches for the past few days.

In contrast, July 1, 2017 was relatively cold (with temperatures approaching 24 C) and it rained in some areas, including Gatino. This is the last rain in Montreal on July 1.

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