Heat Warning Ends For Southern Ontario

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Environment Canada has ended a heat warning for all of southern Ontario.

The weather agency issued the warning on Tuesday due to expected high temperatures and humidex values. Temperatures climbed into the low 30 C range the last few days, with the humidity making it feel closer to 40 C.

The alert was in effect for Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent, London-Middlesex, Sarnia Lambton and parts of Midwestern Ontario.

The warning was ended on Thursday around 7:40pm.