Monty67 wrote:Glacier wrote:Here's something really interesting. It is physically impossible for Kelowna or Victoria or Shawnigan Lake to ever have a heat warning. It could be 500C with 200% humidity all all Hell breaking loose, and no warning would come from Environment Canada. Vancouver could be under a heat warning at 29C for a couple of days, Abbotsford for a couple of days of 34C, but not Kelowna or Victoria. Even the NWT and Nunavut could be under a heat warning at 40C, but not Victoria or Kelowna or the Yukon for that matter.
I don't know. Look at the link, and it shows the criteria across Canada. For some reason they think it will never get hot enough in Victoria or Kelowna to issue a heat warning.