As hot conditions continue to hit the country, Environment Canada has extended heat warnings in a number of provinces. The national weather agency gave warnings to cover broad regions of southern Ontario, Nova Scotia, Alberta and B.C.
The agency said maximum temperatures are expected to hit or surpass 30 C and hit the low forties when combined with humidity. Cooler temperatures are expected to come Monday night or Tuesday.
However, Alberta is expected to get more scorching heat on Wednesday. With heat warnings in place, it is important to know that high temperatures and humidity can pose an elevated risk for heat stroke or heat exhaustion.
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