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Terrace, BC

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HEAT WARNING

This is a heat warning. Elevated temperatures are expected and there is a moderate risk to public health. Where: Inland sections of the central and north coasts. When: Now through Sunday. Remarks: Daytime high temperatures near 30 degrees Celsius combined with overnight lows near 15 degrees are expected through Sunday. Temperatures are forecast to moderate on Friday but will rise again on Saturday. Heat affects everyone, but the risks are greater for: seniors, people who live alone, people with pre-existing health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or respiratory disease, people with mental illness such as schizophrenia, depression, or anxiety, people with substance use disorders, people with limited mobility. Check on family, friends and neighbours, who are at higher risk, particularly if they live alone, to make sure they have a cool space. Watch for the effects of heat illness: heavy sweating, rash, cramps, fainting, high body temperature and the worsening of some health conditions. Keep your house cool. Turn on your air conditioning (if possible), block the sun by closing curtains or blinds, or relocate to a cooler location such as a basement or public cooling centre. Fans alone cannot effectively lower core body temperature, especially for older adults. Use fans to pull in cooler air from outdoors, but if you or someone you care for is experiencing symptoms of heat illness, find a cooler space. To get more information: - Check the local news for health and safety updates. - Check HealthLinkBC online resources about heat-related illness and how to protect yourself at healthlinkbc.ca/healthlinkbc-files/heat-related-illness. - Call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1 to ask about heat-related illness. Environment Canada and local Medical Health Officers expect an increase in health and safety risks from heat and are advising the public to take precautions. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.

In effect for:
  • North Coast - inland including Terrace

Current ConditionsObserved at: Terrace Airport

Mostly Cloudy

Mostly Cloudy

21°C

Wind:
E 10 km/h
More details
Temperature:
21.2°C
Pressure:
101.6 kPa
Dew point:
10.7°C
Visibility:
32 km
Humidity:
51%
Date:
Observed at:
Terrace Airport

ForecastForecast issued:

HEAT WARNING

This is a heat warning. Elevated temperatures are expected and there is a moderate risk to public health. Where: Inland sections of the central and north coasts. When: Now through Sunday. Remarks: Daytime high temperatures near 30 degrees Celsius combined with overnight lows near 15 degrees are expected through Sunday. Temperatures are forecast to moderate on Friday but will rise again on Saturday. Heat affects everyone, but the risks are greater for: seniors, people who live alone, people with pre-existing health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or respiratory disease, people with mental illness such as schizophrenia, depression, or anxiety, people with substance use disorders, people with limited mobility. Check on family, friends and neighbours, who are at higher risk, particularly if they live alone, to make sure they have a cool space. Watch for the effects of heat illness: heavy sweating, rash, cramps, fainting, high body temperature and the worsening of some health conditions. Keep your house cool. Turn on your air conditioning (if possible), block the sun by closing curtains or blinds, or relocate to a cooler location such as a basement or public cooling centre. Fans alone cannot effectively lower core body temperature, especially for older adults. Use fans to pull in cooler air from outdoors, but if you or someone you care for is experiencing symptoms of heat illness, find a cooler space. To get more information: - Check the local news for health and safety updates. - Check HealthLinkBC online resources about heat-related illness and how to protect yourself at healthlinkbc.ca/healthlinkbc-files/heat-related-illness. - Call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1 to ask about heat-related illness. Environment Canada and local Medical Health Officers expect an increase in health and safety risks from heat and are advising the public to take precautions. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.

In effect for:
  • North Coast - inland including Terrace

Detailed ForecastForecast issued:

Chance of showers
Fri, 19 Jul
25°C
Mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers in the morning with risk of thunderstorms. Wind becoming south 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the afternoon. High 25. Humidex 28. UV index 6 or high.
Night:Partly cloudy. Wind south 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light in the evening. Low 14.
A mix of sun and cloud
Sat, 20 Jul
29°C
A mix of sun and cloud. High 29.
Night:Clear. Low 13.
A mix of sun and cloud
Sun, 21 Jul
28°C
A mix of sun and cloud. High 28.
Night:Cloudy periods. Low 13.
Sunny
Mon, 22 Jul
25°C
Sunny. High 25.
Night:Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low 13.
Showers
Tue, 23 Jul
18°C
Showers. High 18.
Night:Showers. Low 10.
Showers
Wed, 24 Jul
16°C
Showers. High 16.
Normals:
Max22°C.Min12°C.
Sunrise:
5:24 PDT
Sunset:
21:56 PDT

Averages and extremes

Yesterday's Data

Max:
29.9°C
Min:
13.2°C

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