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If you have big plans outdoors this Labour Day weekend, listen up! Alberta is expected to get some seriously hot weather over the long weekend and temperatures could reach around 35 degrees.

A hot spell of weather has continued into September and Environment Canada has issued heat warnings across a lot of the province over the long weekend with temperatures expected to hit around 35 degrees in some places.

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September might be around the corner, but summer weather is still in full swing in Alberta, with parts of the province receiving heat warnings that extend into the weekend.

According to Environment Canada, areas across the province will be experiencing daytime highs of around 30 degrees and overnight lows in the low to mid-teens on Tuesday, August 30 and Wednesday, August 31.

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Alberta's weather has been all over the place with heavy storms, hail and even tornadoes making an appearance in July. Now the temperatures are rising all over the province, leading to many heat warnings being issued.

You might feel like you're in Cancun in some areas thanks to the temperature, but without the palm trees.

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If you were worried about a repeat of last year's scorching summer heatwave in Alberta, you can breathe a sigh of relief now.

Don't get too excited though, because there will still be periods of hot summer weather in the province, and some cities will even be "warmer than normal."

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We might all be wishing for that sweet summer weather but if the latest summer forecast is anything to go by, things are going to get sizzling in Alberta in the next few months.

In its annual summer forecast, AccuWeather said while parts of western Canada will see near-normal temperatures and even slightly above average rainfall, prairie regions such as southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan should be prepared for an extra hot and dry summer.

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