The heat dome flutters to the west Canada It broke new temperature records and generated alerts in three provinces and two Arctic regions on Sunday, June 27th.
More than 40 new temperature records were set in British Columbia Weekend including Whistler Sky Resort. High pressures maintaining hot air in the region are expected to continue to break records throughout the week.
Environment Canada Warnings were issued for parts of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as the Yukon and Northwest Territories. “This week is going to be a protracted, dangerous and historic heat wave,” the company said.
“Sunday afternoon temperatures will be above 30 degrees, and in some areas will reach nearly 40 peaks at midweek,” he said, adding that it will be 10 to 15 degrees higher than usual this time of year.
The highest temperature ever recorded Canada It was 45 degrees in two cities in Saskatchewan On July 5, 1937, a record that could be broken in the next few days.
“It’s hotter in some parts of western Canada than Dubai,” said David Phillips, Canada’s chief environmental analyst.
In stores, air conditioners and fans have been exhausted, refrigeration centers have been opened in cities, and vaccination campaigns against Govt-19 have been canceled.
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