While September trundles on, we've been spared any real cold snaps thus far, maybe because technically summer doesn't end until next Monday, September 23rd.

So it looks like Mother Nature is really giving us our last summer weekend this coming weekend, because we're expected to see temperatures in the mid-to-high twenties, temperatures that are actually going to feel like low-to-mid thirties.

How apropos that we would spend the 21st and 22nd sweltering before the real last day of summer on the 23rd. I can't help but find some poetic justice in that... or at least weather justice.

Now, if you have been craving a cold snap,  you'll likely be pleased with next week's forecast, as temperatures are going to steadily drop into the beginning of October, when we'll actually see some consecutive days with temperatures highs only reaching 17°C.

But, for now, it's time to revel in a weekend of absurdly warm weather that will start today and really pick up tomorrow. Then, Sunday is going to be 28°C - and according to The Weather Network, it's going to feel like 35°C.

Second summer for real.

Below you can see the forecast for this weekend and the rest of next week, provided by The Weather Network.

Take a look at those temperatures! It's going to be 25°C and sunny on Saturday with a "Feels like" temperature of 30°C!

Sunday is the real kicker, though, with a forecasted high of 28°C which brings up the "Feels like" temp to a roasty-toasty 35°C. 

Don't believe me? Well, take it up with the fine meteorologists at The Weather Network... I'm just here to share the somewhat unbelievable news, so try not to shoot the messenger.

The subsequent week looks a little less ridiculous, though, with temperatures remaining in the low twenties. 


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After next week it looks like we're going to see the temperature steadily drop as we march on into October.

(October already?! Where the hell did September go?)

The humidity is going to slowly dissipate so that you'll notice the forecasted and "Feels like" temperatures are matching up more and more.

We'll see how long that lasts though... because here in Quebec we know that "Feels like" temperature indicates the humidex... but it also indicates...

Wind chill.

(I'm shivering just thinking about it.)

So, grab some shorts and a tank from the back of your drawers, we're definitely not done with summer temperatures yet.

This weekend is going to be nothing shy of sweltering, a real harkening back to July and August in Montreal.

Though those crisp and clean fall temperatures are right around the corner, for those of you who really thought we were done with all this sweating and stuff.

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