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Hot and sunny week ahead for Ottawa

A sunny spring day in Ottawa. (Photo by Sandra Ivleva on Unsplash) A sunny spring day in Ottawa. (Photo by Sandra Ivleva on Unsplash)

There is nothing but sunshine and hot weather in the forecast for Ottawa this week.

The so-called ‘Rex block’ weather pattern will keep the skies clear of clouds until Friday. Temperatures will hover around the 30 C mark all week – well above the seasonal average for this time of year.

Environment Canada’s weather forecast calls for sunshine and a high of 26 C on Monday.

Skies will stay clear this evening and temperatures will fall to 10 C overnight.

Expect sunshine and a high of 30 C on Tuesday. The humidex will make it feel more like 32.

The overnight low will be 14 C.

On Wednesday – sunny skies and a high of 30 C. Skies will stay clear Wednesday evening and temperatures will fall to 16 C overnight. Top Stories


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