It’s officially fall, and the weather has maintained the status quo with mostly seasonal temperatures, but a wave of summer is rolling back into the city this week.
The Weather Network is calling for temperatures as high as 27 degrees Celsius, with most days experiencing a mix of sun and clouds this week.
On Tuesday, with the humidity, it will feel like 35 degrees. The rest of the week temperatures will hover around 20 degrees on average but could feel closer to 30 degrees with the humidity.
This sudden jump in temperatures is in keeping with the Weather Network’s prediction that this year’s fall season would be milder than usual. Warmer than expected temperatures are expected for October and into November.
Bramptonians in high rises may want to break out the fans, as most apartment and condo buildings have officially turned off the A/C: landlords were allowed to start heating rental accommodations as of September 22.