Extreme heat warning issued as humidex set to reach 40 degrees
Ottawa Citizen

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By Adan Helmer, Ottawa Citizen, September 22, 2017  Ottawa and area residents headed for beaches and splash pads and plain old backyard sprinklers Saturday as the region embarked on a definitely un-fall-like heat wave.

A stretch of unseasonably hot and humid weather has meteorologists issuing a heat warning, with summer-like humidex values expected to peak at 40 degrees for the first weekend of fall.

Environment Canada issued a heat warning Friday afternoon, with “unseasonably warm temperatures” expected to hit 30 degrees Celsius while the humidity will make it feel more like 40 degrees. The late-arriving heat wave, after a cool and wet summer, is expected to persist into next week.

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