Southern Ontario still under extreme heat warning

Southern Ontario still under extreme heat warning

Heat warnings are issued when very high temperature or humidity conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion.

However, daytime highs are still expected to be in the low 30s, with humidex values possibly reaching the low 40s.

"As the heat wave continues, it's clear we expect the number of deaths attributable to the heat to rise", she said.

Toronto Public Health, meanwhile, has extended its heat warning for the city.

Along with the deaths in Montreal, four deaths are under investigation in the Estrie region to determine if they are related to the extreme temperatures, according to authorities.

A blanket of steamy, hot air has gripped Quebec and much of central and eastern Canada since Saturday.

The City of Toronto has also extended the hours at eight outdoor pools to help residents cope with the heart.

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For people experiencing homelessness, the city said TTC tokens are available at several drop-ins throughout the city to be used to get to cool places. You haven't felt anything yet, according to Environment Canada.

Cheng said that overnight temperatures will also be above seasonal.

He says the new system is more accurate. "We are looking at temperatures 30 or above all the way until Friday".

This will be the most significant heat event in the past few years. The extreme heat was expected to ease off on Friday with the passage of a cold front. A high of 26 and low of 14 is expected in Toronto on Friday, Ms. Hobelman said, with a chance of showers and a thunderstorm.

"Never leave people or pets inside a parked vehicle".

People at risk of heat-related illnesses include those with chronic illnesses, people with limited mobility or certain mental health illnesses, infants and young children, people on certain medications, and the homeless.

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