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Heat warnings issued for New Brunswick as temperatures set to climb to 33 C

Heat warnings issued for New Brunswick as temperatures set to climb to 33 C

FREDERICTON — Environment Canada is forecasting a period of "very hot" and humid weather across most of New Brunswick this week, days ahead of summer's official arrival.
Cool air mass over southern B.C. brings in record-breaking low temperatures

Cool air mass over southern B.C. brings in record-breaking low temperatures

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada says an unseasonable cool air mass over southern B.C. has broken minimum temperature records, including one dating back about 70 years.
CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires

CLIMATE GLIMPSE: Scorching Northern Hemisphere heat leads to deaths and wildfires

The United States is bracing for chaotic weather this week, with the South set to experience another heat wave following a short respite from searing temperatures earlier this month.
Ont. heat wave to make parts of the province feel like 45 degrees: Environment Canada

Ont. heat wave to make parts of the province feel like 45 degrees: Environment Canada

Residents in much of Ontario are bracing for the first major heat wave of the year this week, with Environment Canada forecasting scorching temperatures that could feel like 45 C in parts of the province.
Wildfire north of Los Angeles that forced evacuated of 1,200 people spreads to over 16 square miles

Wildfire north of Los Angeles that forced evacuated of 1,200 people spreads to over 16 square miles

GORMAN, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire that forced the evacuation of at least 1,200 people in southern California has burned over 16 square miles, officials said Sunday.
Residents of Fort Good Hope, NWT. evacuating as wildfire threatens community

Residents of Fort Good Hope, NWT. evacuating as wildfire threatens community

FORT GOOD HOPE, N.W.T. — Residents of Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., are being told to evacuate due to a wildfire burning less than two-kilometres from the community.
Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.'s south coast

Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.'s south coast

WHITE ROCK, B.C. — Environment Canada said storms tracking over British Columbia's south coast on Saturday brought hail to the region, with one witness reporting pellets the size of large peas blanketing his local streets.
Environment Canada issues rainfall warnings for parts of northeastern B.C.

Environment Canada issues rainfall warnings for parts of northeastern B.C.

FORT NELSON, B.C. — Parts of northeastern British Columbia are under rainfall warnings as a narrow band of intense storms moves through the area.
Immersive video game by P.E.I. researchers reveals vulnerability to flooding, erosion

Immersive video game by P.E.I. researchers reveals vulnerability to flooding, erosion

CHARLOTTETOWN — At the end of his presentation at an Earth Day event in Charlottetown, Adam Fenech, a professor at the University of Prince Edward Island, used a video game to simulate the effects of sea level rise in the province.
Worst rainfall that triggered floods in Florida is over as affected residents clean up

Worst rainfall that triggered floods in Florida is over as affected residents clean up

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.
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