Environment Canada is lifting a severe thunderstorm warning and watch for Toronto and the GTA, however, as well as the first heat warning of the season.
Global Meteorologist Ross Hull says this weekend was the warmest of the season so far, with temperatures feeling around 40 with the humidity on Saturday and Sunday.
On Sunday, parts of Scarborough saw extreme weather, with strong winds, rain, and hail falling on the city.
— Mei (@Gr8MeiDay) July 19, 2015
Toronto Police say two girls had to be rescued after getting stuck in the Scarborough Bluffs, saying the wet ground made it slippery. They’re now safe.
UPDATE: Two people have been rescued from the bluffs safely^dm
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) July 19, 2015
The City of Toronto says some of the shows for Panamania at Nathan Phillips Square will have their times changed or delayed due to the weather.
— City of Toronto (@TorontoComms) July 19, 2015
Environment Canada says the heat warning will likely end later Sunday, with a cold front coming in on Monday.