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Rising temperatures prompt heat warnings across the Okanagan

Temperatures are expected to reach 35 C
(News Bulletin photo)

Heat warnings are in place for the entire Okanagan.

Temperatures are expected to reach 35 C.

Environment Canada is reminding people that heat affects everyone.

Some tips to stay safe include drinking plenty of water, staying in a cool place, and never leaving people or pets inside a parked vehicle.

More resources about heat-related illness and how to stay protected can be found by visiting or calling HealthLinkBC.

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