Environment Canada’s heat warning remains in effect on Monday in Toronto, as the humidex is expected to reach 41°C.
According to Environment Canada, today’s temperatures are forecasted between 30°C and 33°C with a chance of showers without the humidex.
Moving into tomorrow, “a cold front will pass through southern Ontario from west to east this evening, bringing in a slightly cooler and drier air mass for Tuesday,” Environment Canada says.
Wednesday and Thursday will be 27°C and 28°C, with another chance of showers on Wednesday.
Friday will bring the city a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures of around 27°C.
As extreme heat affects everyone, Environment Canada suggested scheduling outdoor activities during the coolest parts of the day.
Also, be sure to never leave people or pets inside a parked vehicle.
And as usual, if you are heading outside, practice physical distancing.
#HeatWarning: It’s another hot day in Toronto. Drink lots of water, even before you feel thirsty, to stay hydrated & continue practising #PhysicalDistancing while you are outside. More tips for staying healthy in hot weather: https://t.co/HC1K060fzU pic.twitter.com/KR6KB1e4tt
— Toronto Public Health (@TOPublicHealth) July 27, 2020