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SääSadetutka

Tänään perjantaina klo

Selkeää
+35°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3m/s
Ilmatieteen laitos
Tuntuu kuin
+33°
Sademäärä0 mm
Selkeää
+35°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2m/s
Foreca
Tuntuu kuin
+35°
Sademäärä0 mm

Tuntikohtainen ennuste

KellonaikaIlmatieteen laitosForeca
Selkeää
+35°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
Selkeää
+35°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
Selkeää
+33°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
Selkeää
+34°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
Selkeää
+30°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Selkeää
+32°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
Selkeää
+28°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Selkeää
+28°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Selkeää
+26°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Selkeää
+24°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Enimmäkseen selkeää
+24°
Tuulen nopeus on 0 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.0
Selkeää
+23°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.1
Enimmäkseen selkeää
+22°
Tuulen nopeus on 0 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.0
Enimmäkseen selkeää
+22°
Tuulen nopeus on 0 metriä sekunnissa. Etelätuulta.0
Enimmäkseen selkeää
+22°
Tuulen nopeus on 0 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.0
Enimmäkseen selkeää
+21°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Itätuulta.1

Viikon sääennuste

PäivämääräIlmatieteen laitosForecaTuntikohtainen ennuste
pe
Selkeää
+35°
+18°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Etelätuulta.1
Selkeää
+35°
+15°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
la
Pilvistä
+27°
+18°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Etelätuulta.1
Pilvistä
+28°
+16°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Koillistuulta.2
su
Enimmäkseen pilvistä
+29°
+19°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.1
Enimmäkseen pilvistä
+29°
+18°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
ma
Selkeää
+30°
+16°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
Selkeää
+31°
+14°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.3
ti
Selkeää
+34°
+16°
Tuulen nopeus on 1 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.1
Selkeää
+34°
+13°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
ke
Puolipilvistä
+28°
+17°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Puolipilvistä ja ajoittain heikkoa vesisadetta
+30°
+14°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
to
Paikoin sadekuuroja
+24°
+18°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Enimmäkseen pilvistä ja ajoittain kohtalaista vesisadetta
+25°
+17°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Luoteistuulta.3
pe
Enimmäkseen pilvistä ja ajoittain kohtalaista vesisadetta
+20°
+17°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2
Enimmäkseen pilvistä ja ajoittain kohtalaista vesisadetta
+22°
+16°
Tuulen nopeus on 3 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.3
la
Paikoin sadekuuroja
+20°
+17°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Lounaistuulta.2
Voimakasta vesisadetta
+21°
+15°
Tuulen nopeus on 2 metriä sekunnissa. Länsituulta.2

Varoitukset

Vaarallisen korkea lämpötila — varoitus on voimassa klo 5.09–21.09 PDTheat warning in effect Heat wave today through Saturday night. Locations: Metro Vancouver - Northeast, Metro Vancouver - Southeast, Fraser Valley. Threat: Daytime high temperatures reaching the low 30's combined with overnight lows in the upper teens are expected. Timeframe: Today through Saturday night. Remarks: A ridge of high pressure will lead to rising temperatures today through Saturday night. Relatively cooler temperatures are in store for the south coast beginning on Sunday. &35;&35;&35; Extreme heat affects everyone. The risks are greater for young children, pregnant women, older adults, people with chronic illnesses and people working or exercising outdoors. Watch for the effects of heat illness: swelling, rash, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and the worsening of some health conditions. To get more information: - Check the local news for health and safety updates. - Check HealthLinkBC online resources about heat-related illness and how to protect yourself at www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthlinkbc-files/heat-related-illness. - Call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1 to ask about heat-related illness. Environment Canada and local Medical Health Officers expect an increase in health and safety risks from heat and are advising the public to take precautions. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using &35;BCStorm. Drink plenty of water even before you feel thirsty and stay in a cool place. Check on older family, friends and neighbours. Make sure they are cool and drinking water Reduce your heat risk. Schedule outdoor activities during the coolest parts of the day. Seek a cool place such as a tree-shaded area, swimming pool, shower or bath, or air-conditioned spot like a public building. Shade yourself with an umbrella or a wide-brimmed hat. Never leave people or pets inside a parked vehicle. Ask a health professional how medications or health conditions can affect your risk in the heat. Watch for the symptoms of heat illness: dizziness/fainting; nausea/vomiting; rapid breathing and heartbeat; extreme thirst; decreased urination with unusually dark urine. Keep your house cool. Block the sun by closing curtains or blinds. Outdoor workers should take regularly scheduled breaks in a cool place.
Ilman laatu huono — varoitus on voimassa 30.7. klo 14.40 – 31.7. klo 6.40 PDTspecial air quality statement in effect Elevated pollution levels are expected or occurring. AIR QUALITY ADVISORY - July 30, 2021 Metro Vancouver is now issuing an Air Quality Advisory for eastern Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Regional District because of high concentrations of ground-level ozone that are expected to persist for the next couple of days during the hot and sunny weather. The current forecast indicates hot temperatures through Saturday, with some cooling on Sunday. Metro Vancouver is also monitoring conditions associated with wildfire smoke from fires burning in the interior of B.C. and Washington. Wildfire smoke models are forecasting that smoke from these fires may reach parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Regional District on Saturday and continuing in to Sunday. A change in the weather on Monday is forecast to bring onshore winds to help clear the smoke. Smoke concentrations may vary widely across the region as winds and temperatures change, and as wildfire behaviour changes. Ground-level ozone is not emitted directly into the air. It is formed when nitrogen oxides (pollutants emitted when fuels are burned) and volatile organic compounds (emitted from solvents and other sources) react in the air in the presence of sunlight. The highest levels of ground-level ozone are generally observed between mid-afternoon and early evening on summer days. Avoid strenuous outdoor activities during mid-afternoon to early evening, when ozone levels are highest, especially if breathing feels uncomfortable. Consider choosing easier outdoor activities, such as walking instead of running, where you don't have to breathe as hard. Exposure is particularly a concern for people with underlying conditions such as lung disease, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) including bronchitis and emphysema, as well as asthma, and/or diabetes; individuals with respiratory infections such as COVID-19; pregnant women and infants; children; outdoor workers (e.g. construction and agricultural workers); and older adults. Individuals who are socially marginalized may also be at elevated risk (e.g. people who are experiencing homelessness or are underhoused). As we are in the summer season with warm temperatures, it is also important to stay cool and hydrated. Indoor spaces with HEPA air cleaner filtration and air conditioning may offer relief from both heat and air pollution, but please observe any COVID-19 protocols. Consider creating a comfortable space at home with a portable air conditioner (if you do not have central air conditioning). If you are experiencing symptoms such as chest discomfort, shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing, seek prompt medical attention. Call 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency. Metro Vancouver works in cooperation with Environment and Climate Change Canada, Fraser Valley Regional District and B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy to look after air quality. Information about real-time air quality readings for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley communities and potential health impacts can be found at www.airmap.ca and www.env.gov.bc.ca/epd/bcairquality/readings/find-stations-map.html. To sign up for air quality alerts in your area, go to: www.metrovancouver.org/services/air-quality/engagement/mailing-list For more information, contact: Metro Vancouver Information Centre at 604-432-6200 &35;&35;&35; For more information on current air quality, visit www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/air-land-water/air. Visit www.airhealth.ca for information on how to reduce your health risk and your personal contribution to pollution levels, as well as for current and forecast AQHI values. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. If you or those in your care are exposed to wildfire smoke, consider taking extra precautions to reduce your exposure. Wildfire smoke is a constantly-changing mixture of particles and gases which includes many chemicals that can harm your health. For more details, please consult www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/air-quality-health-index/wildfire-smoke.html.