Montrealers got perhaps their first taste of summer weather this past weekend and even more is on the way. The seven-day forecast from The Weather Network shows Montreal temperatures crawling into the mid to upper 20s between Thursday and Tuesday, May 26. It could even "feel like" 30 C by Monday, May 25.\nThe Weather Network further shows six straight days of sunshine before "a few showers" on the 26th.\nEnvironment Canada also forecasts a week of sunny skies with actual temperatures peaking around 27 C.\nAfter Tuesday, May 19, lows aren't projected to dip below 10 C.\nFor context, according to historical data from Environment Canada, average daily maximum temperatures in Montreal between June and August are in the mid 20s.\nThe arrival of summer-like weather will also correspond with the reopening of some sporting activities and national parks across the province.\nQuebec Minister for Education Isabelle Charest announced on May 13 that individual and no-contact sports would be allowed to resume as of May 20.\nCycling, rock climbing, running, rowing, kayaking, kite surfing, paddleboarding, roller skating, horse riding, tennis, and golf are just some of the activities that Charest said will be allowed to pick back up throughout the province, including the Montreal metropolitan area.\nÀ partir du 20 mai, on va élargir la liste des activités sportives et de plein air permises partout au Québec. Ça va nous faire du bien, mais c’est très important que ça se fasse en respectant les consignes de la Santé publique. Voici les détails : pic.twitter.com/e50Zbp136Q— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 13, 2020\nSépaq followed up with its own announcement that, as of the same date, some national parks would once again allow day visits.\nOfficials still discourage non-essential travel, however, especially between regions.\nSo there will be no weekend hiking trips just yet.\nRéouverture partielle et progressive des territoires de la Sépaq à partir du 20 mai. Plusieurs #parcsnationaux et #réservesfauniques offriront la #randonnée, le #vélo et la #pêche à la journée. https://t.co/xpxntAJhk3 pic.twitter.com/pVl77XZ6Mw— Sépaq (@reseausepaq) May 13, 2020\nRapidly increasing temperatures have seen Montrealers flock to the parks in recent weekends — something officials have even encouraged.\nBut social distancing rules are still in place.\nAll gatherings, except for those involving members of the same household and those that are necessary in the context of essential services, are still banned.\nIl va tous falloir s’habituer à porter le masque en public. L’objectif, c’est de protéger les autres. C’est une question de respect. Mais le plus important, c’est de continuer de garder nos distances et de se laver les mains. pic.twitter.com/dkCrXmTkhE— François Legault (@francoislegault) May 12, 2020\nOfficials, including Mayor Plante and Premier Legault, also ask Montrealers to wear masks in situations where it's difficult to maintain a two-meter distance between individuals.\nStay tuned for more news.