The heat continues to stick around Saskatchewan, which has caused Environment Canada to issue heat warnings for much of the province for Thursday.
The city of Regina, the southeast corner of the province and the northern areas of the province, including Prince Albert and the Battlefords, are all included in the warning.
Environment Canada said that beginning on Thursday “maximum daily temperatures near or exceeding 32 C, and minimum overnight lows near or exceeding 16 C” will be present.
Environment Canada said people should watch for the symptoms of heat illness including “swelling, rash, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and the worsening of some health conditions.”
Environment Canada also said to check on neighbours to ensure they have a proper amount of drinking water and are remaining cool.
It also reminded people to not leave people or animals in cars.