Feeling hot, hot, hot! The weather in Canada is downright tropical in these three provinces. With sweltering daytime highs and lots of humidity, it'll be hotter than the Caribbean.

For anyone who loves the summer vibes, you'll definitely be happy about this.

Environment Canada has issued warnings about the climbing temperatures for parts of New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec because of the sizzling heat that's taking over.

Warnings are put in place when there's a risk of temperature-related illnesses like heat stroke or exhaustion.

With the degrees reaching the 30s and humidex values reaching 40 C in some parts, these provinces will be hotter than parts of the Caribbean for the next couple of days.

If you live in these parts of the country, hopefully you have AC!

In New Brunswick, temperatures are expected to heat up to 32 C on Wednesday with the humidex making it feel like 37 C.

The sweltering weather continues through to Thursday with the same daytime high but the humidex will be even stronger.

It will feel like 39 C.

Other parts of Atlantic Canada are seeing a warm-up too but New Brunswick is the hot spot of the region.

Oddly enough, this heat comes just days after there were record low daytime highs in the region.

Most of southern Ontario and some more northern parts of the province are under heat warnings.

In Ottawa, humidex values are expected to make it feel like 37 C for the next couple of days.

While Toronto and its surrounding areas aren't going to see temperatures as scorching as they were earlier in the week, it's still going to be hot.

With the humidity, it'll still feel like the mid to upper 30s.

It's hard to believe that just a couple of weeks ago, these same parts of Ontario were dealing with frost advisories and snow

Parts of Quebec are going to be the hottest.

In the southern region of the province, places like Montreal, Laval and Drummondville will have daytime highs in the low 30s on Wednesday.

However, with the humidex, it'll feel like 40 C or hotter.

On Thursday, slightly lower humidity levels will keep the humidex in the 30s.

Relief from the sizzling temperatures is expected to come along this weekend.

To beat the heat, Environment Canada suggests drinking lots of water even before you feel thirsty and staying in a cool place.

Symptoms of heat illnesses include dizziness, fainting, nausea and extreme thirst along with rapid breathing and heartbeat.

Start the Conversation
Account Settings
Notifications
Favourites
Log Out