Heat warning issued for Guelph, Waterloo Region

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Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Ontario’s Guelph and Waterloo Region with hot and humid conditions expected to last until Sunday.

Daytime high temperatures are expected to be between 31 C and 34 C, while overnight low temperatures are expected to be between 20 C and 24 C.

The weather office says the humidex values are expected to be in the high low 40s by Sunday.

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Slightly cooler and less humid conditions are expected by Monday, the agency said.

Environment Canada is reminding residents to watch out for effects of heat-related illnesses, such as swelling, rash, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion and heatstroke.

The community is also being urged to never leave people or pets inside a parked car.

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