Canadian Environment Agency issues temperature rise warning

Tribes in Ontario, Canada are expected to reach 32 degrees Celsius.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, TRENTON — Environment and Climate Agency Canada or Environment Canada on Monday (6/20/2022) warned temperature rise in the province of Ontario, which is usually colder. The agency estimates that temperatures north of the city of Thunder Bay and southwest of the city of Windsor could reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit or 32 degrees Celsius.


The Canadian Environment and Climate Agency said that taking humidity levels into account, the temperature would reach 104 degrees Fahrenheit or 40 degrees Celsius. The agency said the high temperatures would likely lead to a decrease in air quality. The agency recommends that residents perform health checks on senior citizens or elderly family members.


“Extreme heat affects everyone. The risks are great for young children, pregnant women, the elderly, people with chronic illnesses and people who work or exercise outdoors,” said the Canadian Environment Agency said in a statement. Anadolu AgencyTuesday (6/21/2022).


The agency said those who work outdoors should make sure they drink enough water to avoid dehydration. The Canadian Environment Agency also warns that pets should never be left in vehicles, even with the windows open.


The Canadian Environment Agency said there is a possibility of temperatures rising to 90 degrees Fahrenheit on Tuesday and Wednesday (6/22/2022) in the Windsor area. Warning extreme heat was also issued for the province of Manitoba with temperatures expected to reach 90 Fahrenheit. On Sunday (6/19/2022), the province recorded record heat as temperatures hit the mid-90s Fahrenheit.


The Canadian Environment Agency has asked residents to be aware of heat attacks like fainting, swelling and cramping. This disease has a detrimental effect on those who have certain health problems.


The northwestern region of Ontario has experienced extreme weather conditions this year. Spring storms brought extreme snowfall, while heavy rains caused severe flooding.

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