Heat warning issued for Sudbury area

James Marshall
May 28, 2020

Environment Canada is forecasting humidex values of 36 C both days, and a UV index of nine both days. The agency writes on its website that "humidex values reaching 40 are expected for the next day".

"High daytime temperatures near 30 are expected this afternoon and temperatures are forecast to be slightly higher Tuesday and Wednesday".

A Heat Warning is in effect for St. Thomas and Elgin County.

Environment Canada says it's going to feel like its in the upper to mid-thirties Wednesday afternoon and Thursday afternoon.

Temperatures should fall a bit overnight on Monday to a low of 19 C, but should rise once again to 31 C on Tuesday morning - feeling more like 39 C with the humidity, of course, because 2020 doesn't believe in mercy.

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for the Montreal area, including Laval and Longueuil.

The capital city is no stranger to breaking records and topping leaderboards.

In April, the region became the coldest capital city in the world, and was chillier than notoriously freezing spots like Moscow, Helsinki and Reykjavik.

Temperatures will drop to around 22 C on Saturday, before highs of 16 C on Sunday.

The heat is expected to end on Thursday with the arrival of showers and cooler air.

Stay cool and hydrated, Ottawa!

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