UPDATED: Heat warning issued for Peel-Halton

Children enjoy the end of summer at Square One in downtown Mississauga. (Photo: Emma Schatochin)
Children enjoy the end of summer at Square One in downtown Mississauga. (Photo: Emma Schatochin/QEW South Post)

BY KELLY ROCHE

It may be the unofficial end of summer but it sure doesn’t feel like it — Environment Canada issued a heat warning for Peel and Halton Regions Monday afternoon.
Labour Day Monday, feeling like 34 C with the humidity, will see an overnight low of 15 C, while Tuesday – the first day of school – will end up a scorcher.
The weather agency is predicting it’ll be mainly sunny with a high of 32 C.
Throw in the humidity, and the first day back will feel like 40 C.
Wednesday and Thursday may see rain, with highs of 33 C and 30 C respectively. “Temperatures will climb to the the low thirties Tuesday and Wednesday with humidex values reaching 40 to 42,” reads a statement. Friday is expected to be a mix of sun and cloud, reaching 27 C.
@qewsouthpost

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