It's going to be another sweltering day in most of Manitoba.
Environment Canada has issued a humidex advisory for most of southern Manitoba, including Winnipeg, Steinbach, Whiteshell, Brandon and Killarney.
The agency said the hot and humid air mass that has settled in over southern Manitoba will once again cause humidex values to climb on Tuesday afternoon, making it feel like 40 C.
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Meanwhile, more Manitoba records wilted away in Monday's heat. CBC weather specialist Marilyn Maki says nine records were broken.
The province's hot spot was Fisher Branch, at 32.7 C.
Here are the other records that were set on Monday:
- Berens River: 29.9 C
- George Island: 26.4 C
- Grand Rapids: 29.2 C
- Oak Point Marine: 30.4 C
- Pinawa: 31.9 C
- Roblin 29.9 C
- Shoal Lake 30.2 C
- Victoria Beach (Canada's hot spot on Sunday): 32.1 C