The high humidity will continue into the week.
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First the good news.After a sultry Saturday, capped off by some severe thunderstorms in the evening and many power outages, Environment Canada has no alerts in effect on its website. For now …Stay tuned though, we’ll let you know about any updates.That doesn’t mean you should venture out without an umbrella, of course. Oh, no. The weather service is predicting mix of sun and cloud with 60 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms.Winds will be from the northwest at 20 km/h. The high is a seemingly-cool 22 C but the humidex will make it feel like 27. UV index 7 or high.Tonight should see a few clouds. Winds should be from the northwest 20 km/h becoming light this evening, and a low of 14 C.For Canada Day, skies should be mainly sunny with a high of 29 C and a humidex of 33, so dress accordingly.For Monday night, there’s a 60 per cent chance of showers. The rest of the week is looking steamy with mainly sunny skies and highs between 29 C and 31 C.Ottawa River beaches have been closed because of heavy rains and E. coli, so check conditions before you head out for a swim.You can take advantage of Nokia Sunday BikeDays on closed roads as well until 11 a.m. in Gatineau Park and 1 p.m. on other parkways.ALSO IN THE NEWS: Your guide to Canada Day music on the Hill, including The Strumbellas and moreHere’s what’s going on in the capital on Canada DayBarrhaven Canada Day organizers tout new security measures