A heat warning is in effect for Grimsby, Lincoln and northern Niagara communities.
Environment Canada’s heat warning affects all Northern Niagara communities, including St Catharines and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Those areas can expect a high of 31 C. It will feel like up to 39 C with the humidex.
On Tuesday, temperatures will decrease slightly.
See forecasts here:
- Lincoln – Beamsville – Vineland – Jordan Station
- West Lincoln – Smithville – Caistorville – Caistor Centre – Grassie
- Wainfleet – Dunnville
- See more Niagara area forecasts
People in the area are advised to take precautions to remain safe in the heat, especially children, pregnant women, older adults, and people with chronic illnesses.
Also, stay in a cool place, drink plenty of water, and avoid exercising or working outdoors in possible.
It is also important to be aware of the symptoms of heatstroke or heat exhaustion including but not limited to confusion, dizziness, nausea, headache, weakness, vomiting, fainting, excessive sweating, seizure, and more.
If you display these symptoms and/or think your health may be at risk, please call 911. Heat stroke can be fatal.
Keeping cool in the hot weather
Although, it is advised to stay indoors if possible, a quick swim at the beach is a great way to keep yourself cool.
Below is the status of beaches in the area:
If you are not close to a beach, you can also visit public cooling spaces like the ones listed below:
West Niagara cooling spaces
Here are some of the public ool spaces in West Niagara communitie:
- Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre, 4996 Beam St., Beamsville
- Splash Pads
- Hilary Bald Park Splash Pad: Garden Gate Terrace, Beamsville
- Jordan Lions Park Splash Pad: 2793 Fourth Ave., Jordan
- Angelina Prokich Park: 5080 St. George’s Dr., Beamsville
- Peach King Centre Splash Pad: 162 Livingston Ave, Grimsby [ More info]
- West Lincoln Community Centre Splash Pad: [ More info ]
- Charles Daley Park: 1969 North Service Rd., Jordan Station [ More info ]