The heat is still oppressive over Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Hot weather will continue across portions of Ontario through Monday.
Today across northern and eastern Ontario high temperatures between 31 and 35 are expected with overnight lows possibly staying above 20. Humidex values may reach 40. In southern Ontario, daily high temperatures in the high twenties or low thirties are expected. Humidex values will climb into the high thirties.
Hot weather is expected to persist through Tuesday across southern Quebec. The combined temperature and humidity values will produce humidex values near 40.
The heat will continue today and Sunday across most of New Brunswick. High temperatures today will range from 30 to 32 degrees Celsius with humidex values in the high thirties.
Most of Prince Edward Island will be near 20 degrees so the heat will abate there.
Inland areas of Nova Scotia may see high temperatures as high as 32 degrees Celsius with humidex values near 35.
There is a risk of thunderstorms across Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Here are some tips to protect yourself in very hot weather:
Prepare for the heat by monitoring local weather updates
Pay close attention to how you - and those around you - feel
Avoid exposure to extreme heat when outdoors