More records tumbled Tuesday in Manitoba's continuing heat wave.
CBC Weather Specialist Marilyn Maki said the province's hot spot was Gretna at 33.3 C, breaking a record set back in 1962 of 32.8. Winnipeg was on par with Gretna, also hitting 33.3.
Besides Gretna, either other communities set new records:
Oak Point Marine 29.8
Shoal Lake 31.1
Swan River 29.9
Victoria Beach 31.8
And it's going to be hot again Wednesday. Check out CBC Meterologist John Sauder's forecast here.