With the recent heat warning issued by Environment and Climate Change Canada, Strathmore is about to experience record high temperatures.

The heat wave began on Sunday, bringing a daytime high of 27°C, which is just a few degrees below the record high of 31°C, which was reported back in 2017.

As for Monday, the record high recorded was 28°C in 2015, which is now beat by the 33°C daytime high in 2024.

The rest of the week is looking similar, with daytime highs expected to break previous records by a few degrees. Tuesday, which has a record high of 32°C, also in 2015, is expected to reach 34°C this week.

Wednesday is expected to be the hottest day of the week, reaching a daytime high of 37°C and breaking the 2015 record by almost six degrees.

Thursday and Friday are also expected to have their records broken, with the latter having recorded its highest temperature in the area back in 2022 with a high of 29°C. This Friday is expected to reach 31°C.

These records and expected daytime highs are reported on Environment Canada's website.