Well above-normal temperatures continue Wednesday in southeastern Alberta.
Environment Canada says daytime highs are expected to reach 32 degrees Celsius in extreme southern Alberta and 29 degrees Celsius through south-central regions, while overnight lows remain in the mid teens.
Effects of this heat spell in Alberta is already making its way into Saskatchewan with temperatures expected near 32 – feeling higher with the humidex.
The weather office says the Alberta heat warning has been ended in regions to the north and west as a weak cold front brings more cloud and slightly cooler temperatures to those regions.
As the cold front moves eastward on Thursday, daytime highs in that province should be cooler, ending the heat warning in southeastern Alberta.