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Sunny skies for the rest of the week in Ottawa

The sun peeks around a tree on Britannia Beach. (Dave Charbonneau/CTV News Ottawa) The sun peeks around a tree on Britannia Beach. (Dave Charbonneau/CTV News Ottawa)

A rainy start to the week will clear away to sunny skies through the weekend.

Environment Canada's seven-day forecast calls for clear skies with some clouds. Temperatures will remain between 20 C and 25 C until at least June 4. 

The summer-like conditions come after torrential rain and thunderstorms hit Ottawa on Monday, shattering a one-day rainfall record.

Wednesday's forecast shows mainly cloudy skies in the morning, which will clear later in the day. High will be 19 C with a low of 7 C tonight.

Thursday will be sunny with a high of 20 C and Friday will be clear with a high of 22 C.

The weekend forecast shows warming temperatures, peaking at 25 C on Saturday.

The average high temperature for this time of year is 21.6 C.

Frost advisories in rural eastern Ontario

Environment Canada issued frost advisories on Tuesday afternoon for rural eastern Ontario, including Barry's Bay, Killaloe and the Laurentian Hills.

"Frost may damage frost-sensitive fruit trees and vegetable plants," the weather advisory says.

"Patchy frost is possible tonight as temperatures fall to near the freezing mark."

The weather forecaster recommends taking preventative measures to protect frost-sensitive plants and trees.

Temperatures are expected to go near the freezing mark, with a low of 2 C forecasted in Barry's Bay this evening. 

No advisories are in place for Ottawa-Gatineau or the Ottawa Valley. Top Stories

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