Extreme Heat Alert called off
The seven cooling stations in Toronto will no longer be open today.
The chief medical officer has called off the Extreme Heat Alert for the city. An Extreme Heat Alert is called when forecast weather conditions suggest the likelihood of a high level of mortality is at least 50 percent greater than what would be expected on a typical day.
It's still going to be hot and humid the next few days, with temperatures remaining in the 30s until Tuesday.
The humidex is expected to reach 42 on Tuesday.
Environment Canada says if the humidex in fact does surpass 40 the next couple of days, it might issue a humidex advisory.