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After thunderstorms and a cold front cleared the capital of a haze of smoke from forest fires in northwestern Ontario, Wednesday is shaping up to be significantly brighter.
The air quality index was 1, or low risk, on Wednesday morning with mixed skies and a maximum of 25 ° C in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s forecasts. The wind becomes north at 20 km / h at the end of the morning. The expected humidx is 27.
Wednesday night should cool down to 13 C with a few clouds and the wind becoming light in the early evening.
Thursday should be sunny then increasingly cloudy in the afternoon with 30 percent chance of showers in the late afternoon. The expected maximum is 25 C with a humidity of 28 and the overnight minimum is 14 C.
Friday’s forecast calls for mixed skies with a 30% chance of showers, a high of 27 C and a low of 15 C.
Saturday is expected to be increasingly cloudy with a high of 26 C and a low of 17 C.
There is a 40 percent chance of showers on Saturday evening, Sunday, Sunday evening and Monday. Sunday and Monday are expected to reach 27 C with lows of 18 C and 16 C.
After Tuesday’s flood, swimming is not recommended on Ottawa beaches listed in Ottawa Public Health water quality reports, due to high levels of bacteria.