VANCOUVER, BC: Wednesday, August 17th.Today's weather is expected to be sunny and hot, with a high of 27 degrees and a high of 32 degrees. According to Canada's Environment and Climate Change, high humidity can make it feel like 32°C and 37°C inland.
A heat warning remains in effect for the region, with daytime highs of 29°C to 35°C inland and 28°C today and tomorrow by water.
Authorities have warned that extreme heat affects everyone, but risks include young children, pregnant women, the elderly, people with chronic medical conditions, and working outdoors. larger for those who exercise or exercise.
Symptoms of heat stroke include swelling, rashes, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and some deterioration in health.
Clear overnight, clear Thursday, with highs of 28 and 33 degrees inland. Humidex will be 33 degrees, 38 degrees inland, according to the agency. After that, high temperatures are expected to drop to 25 degrees Celsius on Friday. The coming weekend also looks to be more seasonal with sunny Saturdays and Sundays and highs of 24°C and 25°C respectively.
Weather: Vancouver, British Columbia
Today: Sunny. Light winds late morning and afternoon, except 30 km/h NW near the Strait of Georgia. The maximum is 27°C except inland 32°C. Humidex 32 C Except inland 37 C. UV index of 7 or more.
Tonight: Clear. Partly cloudy. Light winds other than 30 km/h NW near the Strait of Georgia. The lowest temperature is 17 degrees.
Tomorrow: Sun and clouds mingling. Liquidation close to noon. In the morning, the wind was weak except for 30 km/h northwest near the Strait of Georgia. The maximum temperature is 28°C, except inland where it is 33°C. Humidex 33 excluding 38 inland. UV index 8 or very high.
Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada
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