The hottest day for the last 20 years happened in Winnipeg last week

The hottest day for the last 20 years happened in Winnipeg last week

The last time recordings about a similar temperature in Manitoba were made about 90 years ago.

In the province, the temperature is about 25-30 degrees in summer. Citizens of Manitoba saw the mark on the thermometer about 38 degrees in Melita on Saturday and about 39 degrees in Morden the next day.

In Winnipeg, people saw 37 degrees on Saturday and about 37.5 degrees on Sunday.

Similar temperature indicators are very unusual for the residents of Manitoba. The last time the temperature rose up to 37 degrees in this area in 1995. The highest indicator was seen in 1936 - 42 degrees.

This year there were too many hot days. The temperature above 30 degrees can be seen 10-13 times between May and September. However, this summer it has already been seen for about 20 times.

We want to recall that for security reasons, Winnipeg government invites residents and visitors of the city to enter administrative buildings, shopping centers, cafes, and restaurants to cool down there.City pools and sprayers are also a good way of cooling. You should not leave children or animals in parked cars for more than 5-10 minutes.

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