Heat warnings issued in parts of eastern, central Canada

Heat warnings issued in parts of eastern, central Canada
Heat warnings issued in parts of eastern, central Canada
It is getting warmer heading into this weekend and experts are warning. The sweltering heat will make for an uncomfortable set of conditions for some people. Soaring temperatures have Force Environment, Canada to issue warnings and special weather statements for Ontario Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and some areas like Montreal expected to get as hot is 40 degrees celsius. Barrie Ontario today Dave. How is it where you are right now? It’S a cool off until probably tomorrow, with some more comfortable four main parts of Central and Eastern Canada V warmest the muggiest the steamiest day of the summer ain’t, nothing like last year if it got up to very high levels, but that same the same levels would Be just almost lethal in other other parts of the country, so, for example, in the temperature during the afternoon 31 to be at a heat warning. Also, the minimum temperature a heat wave come at night, and so, if the elevator temperature so is very unhealthy and would trigger a heat alert that would also trigger a heat alert and sometimes Jennifer. You need those conditions to happen two days in a row because they think it’s the duration of this that bothers us, and we know last year already at this time we had places of 30 days above 30 and Inwood. We may be seen one or two days so far this year and sometimes those days last year were 7/8 days in a row. This is going to be a one or two-day Wonder here so clearly not as unhealthy as what we saw last year. So that’s a bit of good news in the meantime, though, to make sure that their there they’re coping under these kind of conditions, and it is really just about staying out of the Sun, and I have no problem doing that. Any appreciate it.
Dave Phillips of Environment Canada explains the different criteria for issuing a heat warning.

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