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Vauxhall, AB

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HEAT WARNING

A prolonged heat event continues, with daytime highs between 28 and 38 degrees Celsius. Overnight lows will remain warm, ranging from the mid-teens to low 20s, and will not provide much relief from the daytime heat. Cooler temperatures are expected to start moving into northwestern parts of the province starting tonight. Hot conditions may persist through much of the week for some parts of southern Alberta. Thick smoke in parts of the province may cause daytime highs to be a few degrees cooler than forecast over the coming days. The combination of heat and very poor air quality in smoke will increase the risk to your health. Residents of and visitors to the warned regions are advised to take the following precautions to protect themselves, their families and their neighbours: - Consider rescheduling outdoor activities to cooler hours of the day. - Take frequent breaks from the heat, spending time in cooled indoor spaces where possible. - Drink plenty of water and other non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated beverages to stay hydrated. - Check for your children or pets before you exit your vehicle. Do not leave any person or pet inside a closed vehicle, for any length of time. Monitor for symptoms of heat stroke or heat exhaustion, such as high body temperature, lack of sweat, confusion, fainting, and unconsciousness. Pay particular attention to individuals that can experience earlier or more severe effects from heat including infants, children, seniors, and individuals with pre-existing lung, heart, kidney, nervous system, mental health or diabetic conditions, outdoor workers, as well as those who are socially isolated. Heat warnings are issued when very high temperature conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion. For more heat health advice, visit: albertahealthservices.ca/news/heat.aspx. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ABstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #ABStorm.

In effect for:
  • M.D. of Taber near Vauxhall and Hays

Current ConditionsObserved at: Vauxhall AAFC

20°C

Wind:
ESE 6 km/h
More details
Temperature:
19.8°C
Pressure:
101.2 kPa
Dew point:
16.1°C
Humidity:
79%
Date:
Observed at:
Vauxhall AAFC

ForecastForecast issued:

HEAT WARNING

A prolonged heat event continues, with daytime highs between 28 and 38 degrees Celsius. Overnight lows will remain warm, ranging from the mid-teens to low 20s, and will not provide much relief from the daytime heat. Cooler temperatures are expected to start moving into northwestern parts of the province starting tonight. Hot conditions may persist through much of the week for some parts of southern Alberta. Thick smoke in parts of the province may cause daytime highs to be a few degrees cooler than forecast over the coming days. The combination of heat and very poor air quality in smoke will increase the risk to your health. Residents of and visitors to the warned regions are advised to take the following precautions to protect themselves, their families and their neighbours: - Consider rescheduling outdoor activities to cooler hours of the day. - Take frequent breaks from the heat, spending time in cooled indoor spaces where possible. - Drink plenty of water and other non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated beverages to stay hydrated. - Check for your children or pets before you exit your vehicle. Do not leave any person or pet inside a closed vehicle, for any length of time. Monitor for symptoms of heat stroke or heat exhaustion, such as high body temperature, lack of sweat, confusion, fainting, and unconsciousness. Pay particular attention to individuals that can experience earlier or more severe effects from heat including infants, children, seniors, and individuals with pre-existing lung, heart, kidney, nervous system, mental health or diabetic conditions, outdoor workers, as well as those who are socially isolated. Heat warnings are issued when very high temperature conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion. For more heat health advice, visit: albertahealthservices.ca/news/heat.aspx. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to ABstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #ABStorm.

In effect for:
  • M.D. of Taber near Vauxhall and Hays
MetNotes IconMetNotes (1): A message from your forecaster

Valid: 5:30 PM MDT Thursday 18 July 2024 - 6:00 PM MDT Wednesday 24 July 2024 Did You Know? Temperature is measured in the shade so when it's hot it's even warmer than you think. Keep yourself and others, including pets, out of the full sun, especially on hot days.

Detailed ForecastForecast issued:

Sunny
Tue, 23 Jul
35°C
Sunny. Hazy. Wind southwest 20 km/h gusting to 40. High 35. UV index 8 or very high.
Night:Clear. Hazy. Wind southwest 20 km/h gusting to 40. Low 16.
Sunny
Wed, 24 Jul
35°C
Sunny. High 35.
Night:Cloudy periods. Low 18.
Sunny
Thu, 25 Jul
31°C
Sunny. High 31.
Night:Clear. Low 12.
Sunny
Fri, 26 Jul
27°C
Sunny. High 27.
Night:Clear. Low 11.
Sunny
Sat, 27 Jul
27°C
Sunny. High 27.
Night:Clear. Low 11.
Sunny
Sun, 28 Jul
30°C
Sunny. High 30.
Normals:
Max26°C.Min11°C.
Sunrise:
5:46 MDT
Sunset:
21:23 MDT

Averages and extremes

Yesterday's Data

Max:
31.9°C
Min:
14.2°C

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