The Humidity made it FEEL like + 43 Degrees.
EDMONTON - It has never felt hotter in Edmonton than it did on Tuesday, said CTV Edmonton’s meteorologist Josh Classen.
Even though Tuesday’s mercury only rose to 33 C, the elevated humidity levels combined with that temperature to make it feel like 43, Classen tweeted. That’s the hottest since record keeping started in 1880, he said over Twitter.
The previous hottest humidex warning was issued Aug. 5, 1998, tipping the stickiness factor to 39.4.
The hottest temperature record, without adjusting for humidity, was 37.2 C on June 29, 1937, Classen said.
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