The heat wave is back after the interlude on a rainy Friday, prompting Environment Canada to maintain the warning of heat into force to the south of the province.
“A mass of hot and humid air over southern Quebec will persist for the next few days,” said the federal agency.
These conditions could persist until Monday, a-t-is added.
In the greater Montreal area, there will be a Sunday, alternating sun and clouds with a maximum of 34 degrees Celsius, and a rate humidex of 42.
In the Laurentides and Lanaudière, almost the same topo with partly cloudy skies but temperatures between 32 and 34 degrees Celsius, and a rate humidex of 40 to 42.
For the day of Saturday, it is usually sunny for these areas which will experience temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius.
In the Montérégie and the eastern Townships, a few clouds are going to play yoyo with the sun dardera these regions of its heat pushed the mercury to more than 34 degrees Celsius, and a rate humidex of 42 for the day on Sunday.
Saturday, we will have 28 and 30 degrees Celsius respectively in the Montérégie and the eastern Townships.
In Quebec city and the Mauricie region, Sunday will be generally cloudy with 40 % and 30% chance of showers and a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius. The rate of humidex will be, to him, 38.
In contrast, in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, there will be Sunday showers with risk of a thunderstorm. A maximum of 26 degrees Celsius and a humidex of 34, which will mark the day. Saturday, it’s alternating sun and clouds at the rendezvous.