Quebec will experience a week of stormy, that does nothing to change the sensation of heat.
Until Friday, the electricity will be in the air, and not a single day is overlooked.
The south of the province will be the least affected in terms of precipitation, with 10 to 15 mm Monday and then risk blowing the rest of the week, about 1 to 5 mm of rain per day.
The Abitibi, the Laurentians, the tip of the Gaspé peninsula and the Ottawa valley will be most affected by the storms of the first days, since it will take from 15 to 25 mm per day until Wednesday.
A little further North, in the region of Quebec, the Charlevoix and Lower St. Lawrence river, approximately 5 mm of rain in an average day up to Friday, are expected.
The temperatures will be stable throughout the week. It will be between 26 and 30 degrees Celsius in Montreal, between 25 and 30 degrees at Quebec, 24, and 28 degrees at Sherbrooke or 19 to 23 degrees in the Gaspé.
As to the sensation of heat, you will need to add an average of 5 points at the temperatures and see what the humidex.
To note that the Ottawa valley, the region of Greater Montreal and the Montérégie region are on alert heat Monday, due to a humidex over 40.
At the end of the week, the nice weather will be back, according to the likelihood of Environment Canada.