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    On Wednesday, the heat warning will remain in effect for many parts of Ontario and Quebec as temperatures could climb to high 30s, and potentially 40s. The Greater Sudbury and North Bay, Ontario areas are both currently under the warnings as well. Mostly all of southern Ontario and parts of southern Quebec are under the extreme heat. 

    According to Environment Canada, Quebec could see humidex values reach about 40 or higher. The agency at nighttime temperatures will only drop to low 20s providing little relief. Senior climatologist Dave Phillips said “summers are hot and winters are cold. This is nothing terribly unusual for the timing of this.

    As of Wednesday morning, a special weather statement was in effect for parts of southern Ontario, as thunderstorms are expected to develop. 

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