You heat lovers will be in your glory over the next few days as the some of the warmest temperatures of summer continue to move into the region.
After a great weekend, the temperature roller coaster is leveling out in the mid-to-high 20s across much of the province this Monday afternoon! Fantastic weather for getting outside.
Tuesday will bring temperatures even warmer with high 20s in coastal Newfoundland and into the 30s in the interior! Labrador will also be flirting with 30.
With mainly sunny skies, it will have us in Splittin the Rocks territory for sure. Rising humidity and dew point will have humidex values in the low-to-mid 30s.
Wednesday will be another warm one on the island with temperatures back into the high 20s and low 30s and a touch of humidity as well.
The clouds may dominate at times, especially in the east and watch for drizzle and fog on the south coast. Meanwhile, a cold front rolling into Labrador will bring temperatures back to the low 20s with clouds and showers.
Our late week setup shows that cold front rolling into Newfoundland through the day on Thursday with clouds, showers, a risk of thunderstorms and a return to seasonal temperatures in the low- to mid-20s.
That front will be holding hands with our next system, which, unfortunately at this point, is looking scheduled to bring showers for Friday and into Saturday. Timing will be everything, but as of now it appears we may see some clearing for later Saturday and into Sunday.
Of course, I'll be keeping a close eye on this setup and will have your detailed forecast all through the week on Here & Now at 6 p.m. on CBC-TV.
Your latest 7 day forecast can be found just below, in the live blog.