Those who love hot and muggy weather can expect plenty of it for the rest of the week and well into the weekend.
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for all of southern Ontario, including the Greater Toronto Area, with humidex values expected to reach the mid to high 30s on Thursday and Friday.
The weather office says heat warnings are issued when very high temperature or humidity conditions pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion.
Thursday’s high is expected with reach 33 C with a humidex of 38. Friday will be even hotter as the temperature touches a high of 34.
Environment Canada is advising the public to stay hydrated, especially for those who spend an extended amount of time outdoors.
People are also being told to check on loved ones or those who are vulnerable such as the elderly or those with illnesses.
As is the case during a heat wave, pets and children should never be left alone in a vehicle under the hot sun.
On Tuesday, York Regional Police had to smash a window of a parked vehicle in Markham after witnesses noticed an infant alone inside for at least 15 minutes.
The baby was taken out safely and did not suffer any injuries, but the parents were charged under the Child and Family Services Act for leaving the child unattended.