Environment Canada says the next few days around the Lakeland could be scorchers. A heat warning has been issued for the region along with most of the central and east ends of the province. Temperatures are expected to at least hit 29 degrees Celsius or more.
Environment Canada is reminding everyone that heat can affect everyone differently. They say to consider rescheduling outdoor activities to cooler times of the day. They also encourage taking frequent breaks from the heat when outdoors as well as drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated.
The heat warning could be over as early as Wednesday. A low-pressure system tracking across the province could break up the warm air and bring showers closer to the weekend.