Heat warnings continue for Churchill, northeastern Manitoba

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For the second day in a row, communities along Hudson Bay and inland in northeastern Manitoba were placed under a heat warning Monday.

Churchill, Shamattawa, Gillam, York and the surrounding areas are expected to see temperatures climb to the 30 C range, Environment Canada said.

Some of the same areas were placed under heat warnings Sunday.

The federal weather agency issues heat warnings when humid and hot conditions can pose elevated heat-related health risks.