Environment Canada issued a heat warning for several cities across Quebec this morning. If you're in the following areas, make sure you have your fan prepped and ready!\nThis July it feels like every other day there has been a heat warning.\nThis weekend, though, is going to be particularly trying as the humidex has temperatures soaring into 40°C territory, both tomorrow and Saturday.\nThe next few days didn't look particularly tough with temperatures ranging from anywhere between 25°C to 31°C. That is until you take a look at that nasty humidex and subsequent 'feels like' column.\nIn Montreal, Friday and Saturday may be hitting that unbearable stage with temperatures feeling like 41° and 40° respectively.\nThe Weather Network\nAccording to Environment Canada 'a warm and very humid airmass will move into Southern Quebec on Friday and remain in place until Saturday.'\nThe follow areas will be affected by this oncoming heatwave:\nBeauce\nDrummondville\nBois-Franc\nEastern Townships\nLachute\nSaint-Jérôme\nLanaudière\nMauricie\nMetro Montréal\nLaval\nPontiac\nQuébec\nRichlieu Valley\nSaint-Hyacinthe\nUpper Gatineau\nLièvre\nPapineau\nVaudreuil\nSoulanges\nHuntingdon\nSo get ready to have that feeling where you take a shower and then remain wet, hot and sticky for most of the weekend. Unless you have air conditioning, you lucky bastard.\nREAD MORE: Men Start Fight In Crowded Metro Car After Accidentally Bumping Into Each Other (Video)\nOn top of the high humidex, most of the weekend has a strong chance of thundershowers, so it may not be the best time to hit up that pool, friend. I foresee a long weekend spent indoors.\nView this post on Instagram 🌝Suns Out Tongues Out👅Stay Cool 😎 Friends ❄️ #chaosthefrenchbully #hotdogs #keepcool #pantingdog #summerheat #summer #staycool #frenchie #frenchbulldog #frenchiesofinstagram #frenchbulldogsofinstagram #bulldog #bulldogsofinstagram #ilovemydog A post shared by | CHAOS | (@chaosthefrenchbully) on Jul 9, 2019 at 2:37pm PDT\nChildren, the elderly, and those with chronic illnesses are most at risk for heat exhaustion or heatstroke. But don't forget about any pets you may have! It's not a good idea to take Spot out for intense exercise for the next few days.\nSymptoms of heatstroke can include dizziness, fainting, nausea, vomiting, headaches, rapid breathing, extreme thirst and decreased urination.\nIf not dealt with, heatstroke can lead to serious health complications.\nSo stay cool out there, my friends.\nTo keep up to date on all reports, use #QCStorm on Twitter or to read Environment Canada's Heat Warning for Southern Quebec, head to their page here.