Just days after a heat wave affecting most of Alberta ended, Environment Canada issued a heat warning for northern parts of the province on Tuesday afternoon.
“Temperatures reaching 30 C combined with overnight lows near 14 C are expected for the next four days,” the weather agency said on its website. “Daytime highs will cool this weekend.
“This warning will likely need to be expanded to include additional regions later this week.”
Global Edmonton meteorologist Jesse Beyer noted while temperatures will be high, “this heat wave won’t be as intense or as long-lasting as last week.”
People in areas affected by the warning were advised to watch for health symptoms that could be related to heat like high body temperature, lack of sweat, confusion and fainting.
“Heat warnings are issued when very high temperature conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion,” Environment Canada said.
Watch below: (From Aug. 6, 2019) WorkSafe BC is reminding employers and outdoor workers to be aware of the risks of heat stress, which can lead to heat exhaustion and heat stroke if not addressed early.
Outdoor workers at risk of heat exhaustion
For a complete list of areas in Alberta under a weather alert, click here.
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Watch below: Some Global News videos about hot weather in Alberta during the summer of 2021.
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