Heat warnings remain in place across the province, with temperatures again expected well in to the 30s, and the humidex making it feel like 40 in some areas.  

The heat and humidity have increased the likelihood of severe thunderstorms in some areas, however. In their daily Thunderstorm Outlook, Environment and Climate Change Canada is expecting thunderstorms to pop up along the Yellowhead corridor today. These storms will have the potential for tornadoes, according to ECCC, with the storms lingering into the evening. 

Further to the south, the instability is expected to bring winds, along with the possibility of hail and rain.  

The heatwave is expected to dissipate for the western parts of the province tomorrow with temperatures returning to seasonal values, while the cool down will be starting in some of the eastern parts of the province on Tuesday. Temperatures, however, are expected to be back up into the 30s by next weekend.