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Current conditions - Clear. The temperature is 17°C62°F. Humidity is 77%, wind is WNW at 30 km/h19 mph. The barometric pressure is 1023 mb.30.21 in. with visibility of 10 km6 mi.
Today - Sunny. Temperatures as high as 22°C72°F, low temperature around 14°C57°F, wind out of the SSW 13 km/h8 mph. Barometric pressure 1022 mb30.18 in, visibility 10 km6 mi, humidity 57%, uv index 7.
Sunday - Sunny. Temperatures as high as 26°C79°F, low temperature around 16°C60°F, wind out of the SSW 13 km/h8 mph. Barometric pressure 1018 mb30.06 in, visibility 10 km6 mi, humidity 56%, uv index 8.
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Comox Weather Advisory

Advisory Type: Weather

Who: Environment Canada

Issued: June 25, 2022, 12:14 am

Expires: June 25, 2022, 4:14 pm

What: First hot stretch of the summer for the south coast. Timespan: Now through Monday. Locations: Inland areas of Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast. Hazards: Daytime highs rising into the upper 20's with overnight lows down to the mid-teens. The south coast will experience a stretch of warmer than average temperatures beginning today. Inland temperatures will reach into the mid to upper 20's. Through the weekend and into early next week, temperatures will remain in the upper 20's until Monday, when they may also reach 30 locally. There will be some respite from the elevated daytime temperatures as overnight lows fall into the mid-teens. With elevated temperatures, the risk of heat related illnesses increase. Freezing levels rise throughout this event and will lead to an increase in snowmelt and snowpack instability. Increased stream flows due to run-off are possible. Although heat is expected, bodies of water still remain cool for this time of year and may pose a risk of hypothermia with prolonged exposure. Please refer to the British Columbia River Forecast Centre and Avalanche Canada for local messaging: http://bcrfc.env.gov.bc.ca/warnings/index.htm https://avalanche.ca/en/map Temperatures are expected to return to near-normal values by the middle of next week as a cooler, unsettled airmass pushes onshore. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.

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