Originally Posted by MG1
We've hit 40 here in BC. Lytton to be exact.
Vancouver 34 is about as hot as it gets.
Uncle, who lives in LA, makes it a point to bring a heavy coat with him when he visits us in the summer, lol. When he came here in 1960 during a heat wave, he told us it was nice cool weather. Meanwhile, we were sweating............. Hottest recorded temperature in LA was 45C back in 2010.
maple ridge has hit 40-42 several years back or a 'feels like 40-42' cant remember exactly
Originally Posted by asian_XL
with that population size, 1000 death in 2 weeks is really not a lot under this kind of temperature.
eh i guess so, but 1700+ (up2date#) is still a lot of people :/ http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/28/asia/i...t-wave-deaths/
76year old has to go back to work to care for his wife and grandchildren as their father, 38, died from the heat