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Warm week ahead in Alberta

According to Environment Canada, tomorrow is expected to be the hottest day of the week, with temperatures reaching as high as 37 degrees in some areas of Alberta.

Almost all of Alberta, except for the Jasper area, is currently under a heat warning.

Due to the extreme heat, there have been reductions in generator capabilities, prompting the Alberta Electric System Operator to issue a grid alert.

Albertans are urged to conserve energy by turning off unnecessary lights and appliances, and minimizing air conditioning usage until after peak hours, which are from 4 to 7 PM.

Tonight, expect a low of 22 degrees with clearing skies overnight after some evening sun.

Tomorrow, temperatures will soar to 35 degrees under sunny skies in the afternoon, consistent with the extreme heat warning in effect for the entire week.

Current temperatures are 34 degrees in Fort Saskatchewan, 31 degrees in Edmonton and Sherwood Park, and 30 degrees in St. Albert.

Next few days

Wed, July 10-24 and sunny.

Thurs, July 11-29 and sunny.

Fri, July 12– 26 and mainly sunny.

Sat, July 13– 24 with a risk of thunderstorms.

Sun, July 14– 26 with a risk of thunderstorms

Mon, July 15– 28 with a risk of thunderstorms

Tues. July 16– 29 and mainly sunny

Thank you to Matthew Boonstra from Fort Saskatchewan for the great picture!