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Environment Canada continues to adjust heat warnings in the Interior Health region due to daytime temperatures in the mid to high 30 degrees Celsius combined with overnight lows near 18 degrees Celsius.

No extreme heat emergencies have been declared at this time. Please check the Environment Canada website for updates on heat warnings in your area.

Interior Health is reminding people that elevated temperatures increase the risk of heat-related illnesses.

The BC Centre for Disease Control provides a broad range of heat-related guidance on its website, including information on the different types of heat alerts, how to prepare for hot temperatures, symptoms of heat-related illnesses, those most at risk during hot weather and ways to stay cool.

Please see full details here: Interior Health Media Release