June 2, 2014 11:46 am

Temperatures stay closer to normal after a hot weekend

A break from the heat after a hot weekend.

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What a weekend! Temperatures in the city came close to 30 C both Saturday and Sunday. The biggest complaint might be the lack of water guns at the Pride parade.

This week will is unlikely to bring around any severe weather. Similar to the weekend that just passed, the strongest storms will stay south of the border. The difference will be the lack of soaring temperatures.

Both Monday and Wednesday-Thursday are likely to bring showers.

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Showers are likely Monday but nothing that is going to make you regret not planning for rain south of the city — closer to the American border, folks will notice the rain more.

The second round of showers on Wednesday-Thursday will be the dampest this week but bring just light rain.

Perhaps the other more noticeable difference with these showers is instead of being followed by warmer temperatures and clearer skies, temperatures will instead cool slightly.

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