In Canada, thermometers showed 49.5 degrees: Extreme temperatures caused more than 130 deaths

In Canada, thermometers showed 49.5 degrees: Extreme temperatures caused more than 130 deaths


On the other hand, Meghan Fandrich, who lives in the small village of Lytton, 250 kilometers east of Vancouver, said it was “almost impossible” to get out. “It was intolerable. We try to stay indoors as much as possible. We are used to the heat, but this is a dry temperature, but there is a huge difference between 30 degrees and 47 degrees,” said Fandrich.


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