Niagara smashes 45 yr old weather record with heat today
Niagara remains under a heat warning, and it is so hot we have broken a 45-year weather record.
According to Environment Canada we reached 34.1°C in St. Catharines today, breaking a record set in
1975 when it reached 32.2.
The hot weather will stick around for a few days with the daytime highs feeling close to 40 degrees, and the nighttime lows around 20.
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