Environment Canada has issued its first heat warning of the season for St. Catharines and northern Niagara beginning today.
Lambton Public Health officials are warning people to guard against heat-related illness, including heat stroke, by drinking fluids, resting and staying out of the sun.
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Air conditioned locations like malls, libraries and recreation centres provide relief, officials said, noting a number of cooling stations are also available. There is a 30 per cent chance of showers on both days.
You're reminded to look out for young children and the elderly, drink plenty of water, and never leave children or pets in a parked vehicle. And with a high UV index, don't forget sunscreen! Enjoy the shade as much as you do the sunshine.
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