Tuesday, September 16, 2014


Thermor National Geographic Indoor/Outdoor Humidex Thermometer Feature By ecx.images-amazon.com
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Environment Canada issued a humidex advisory Monday for Toronto and parts of southern Ontario. As hot and humid air moves into southern Ontario from the American Midwest on Tuesday, temperatures are expected to hover in the low to mid-30s with humidex Environment Canada has issued a humidex advisory for much of the province – which means most regions throughout central and southern Alberta are expected to see uncomfortably hot weather conditions. According to Environment Canada, a number of regions Although Monday’s scorching high temperatures are predicted to break records, it’s actually going to feel even hotter than the thermometer reads. Monday’s high temperature is forecast to reach 36 C, but with high humidity levels, it will feel more The humidex advisory issued for the City of Toronto and surrounding areas has been dropped but an extreme heat alert is still in effect. The hot and humid air will likely continue to affect the region over the next couple of days, according to Environment It’s hot, but it’s no record-breaker. This week’s heat wave, which started Sunday and is expected to end Friday, is the longest stretch of hot, humid weather so far this year, but it has to be kept in perspective, says Dave Phillips, senior A broad ridge of high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over Southern Ontario for one more day. Humidex values over much of Southern Ontario peaked in the low to mid forties over the last several days and are expected again today as daily .

Get ready to step back into the sauna. A heat alert and humidex advisory are in place as Torontonians brace for more hot and humid weather. Temperatures are expected to hit the mid-30s and humidex values are poised to break the 40 mark, Environment Canada Environment Canada issued a Humidex advisory for North Bay - West Nipissing at 4:58 AM Tuesday 16 July 2013. - High humidex values expected today. A broad ridge of high pressure will continue to dominate the weather over the Nickel Belt today. Humidex Weather: 26 degrees Celsius (32 degrees with Humidex). Sunny. Winds W 15 km/h. This week’s playoff was the first of the PGA TOUR Canada era, and the first since Chris Killmer defeated Vince Covello at The Players Cup in 2012. It is the fourth straight .

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