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Hot, hot heat

Canoes on truck
People get ready to head to the waters to cool off (Photo Credit: CBC/Andrew Kurjata)
Little precipitation. Hot, hot heat. These are conditions perfect for growing forest fires. Daybreak's Carolina de Ryk speaks with Fire Information Officer Jill Kelsh about one big fire in the northeast. And after that chat, Daybreak's Russell Bowers check out the forecast with meteorologist Doug Lundquist. 

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