Humidex expected to reach 36 C today in Campbell River

Warm, sunny conditions to continue this week

It’s currently 17 C at the Campbell River airport, and Environment Canada is forecasting a mix of sun and cloud today.

A high of 29 C is expected, except 32 C inland. The humidex is expected to reach 34 C, except 36 C inland.

Tonight, expect partly cloudy skies and a low of 16 C. Mostly sunny conditions in the mid-20s are expected throughout the week.

On the roads, construction continues on the Jubilee Parkway, but no incidents are currently being reported by DriveBC.

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