Environment Canada has issued its first heat warning of the season for St. Catharines and northern Niagara beginning today.
In Windsor, it's expected to reach at least 32 C Sunday and Monday, with lows near 22 C.
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Environment Canada also says it is also possible that these heat conditions will persist into Tuesday.
While everyone is at risk for heat illness, the risk is greater for young children, pregnant women, older adults, people with chronic illnesses and people working or exercising outdoors.
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According to a media release from Toronto Public Health, people are encouraged to cool off in air-conditioned places such as shopping malls, local libraries and community centres in neighbourhoods.
It's also reminding people not to leave pets in parked cars.
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Environment Canada and the City of Toronto both recommend to stay hydrated - preferably with plain water - and to try to find shady or cool places if you're out enjoying the warm weather.