A chilly front is advancing, expected to deliver showers and potential thunderstorms on Tuesday evening, followed by less-than-usual temperatures in Forest City as Wednesday dawns.
Data from Environment Canada expects the cloud cover to intensify Tuesday evening, accompanied by showers with a 60 per cent probability, and a potential thunderstorm. Winds are forecasted to maintain a steady clip of 30 km/h before transitioning to a lighter breeze. The chill will reach a low of 14 degrees Celsius.
As the workweek reaches its midpoint, London will experience overcast skies complemented by gusts of wind blowing at 20 km/h, and accelerating up to 40 km/h in bursts. The high temperature on Wednesday is not anticipated to exceed 17 C, significantly cooler than the average 23.9 C high.
Predictions point towards the sky clearing late evening on Wednesday, whilst the wind continues to blow steadily at 20 km/h, calming into the evening. The temperature is expected to plummet to a low of 5 C.
A briefing of the forthcoming forecast for London is as follows:
On Tuesday evening an overcast is awaited to prevail with a 60 per cent chance of showers. The evening may witness a thunderstorm. Winds, blowing from the northwest at 30 km/h, will slow down by evening and resume northwest 20 before dawn. The temperature is expected to drop to 14.
Wednesday will witness overcast skies with winds from the northwest at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h. The highest anticipated temperature is 17 degrees Celsius.
Thursday is expected to be sunny with a high of 23 degrees, followed by another sunny day on Friday with a higher temperature of 25 degrees.
Saturday is forecasted to offer a blend of sunlight and clouds, with a high of 27 degrees. The increasing temperatures will top off on Sunday and Monday, both sunny days with a high of 30 degrees.