Southwest Saskatchewan will be hitting temperatures well over 30 degrees this weekend and into next week.

     Dr. Khami Chokani, Medical Health Officer with the Cypress Health Region says people should watch out for symptoms of heat stroke.  He adds water should be a  main part of everyone's diet.  Appropriate clothing and sunscreen will also help prevent heat stroke and heat exhaustion.

     A rise in body temperature, lack of sweat, throbbing headache, dizziness, nausea, confusion and sometimes unconsciousness are signs of heat stroke, and medical attention should be sought immediately.