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Ontario's Weather Forecast Predicts A Scorcher Next Week

Lather on the sunscreen and crank up your air conditioners because Ontario's weather forecast is predicting another hot and sweaty one.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), parts of the province will see a return of scorching heat and humidity next week with a risk for scattered thunderstorms.

Areas such as Toronto, Niagara Falls, Hamilton and Oakville will heat up to around 30 degrees by Monday; however, it will feel like 40 in Toronto by Tuesday. During this time, the GTA is also facing at least four days of stormy weather.

Meanwhile, more southern regions, like Windsor, will feel closer to 42 degrees for both Monday and Tuesday.

TWN also reports that the sweltering weather will continue through the middle of next week and during the weekend, so don't count on much relief.

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