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    Posted August 26, 2014 by
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    Heatwave Hitting Nova Scotia with Hot and Humid Weather

    Heatwave has been hitting Nova Scotia with Very Hot and Humid Weather Hitting Nova Scotia Right Now and the Temperature is around 38 Degrees Celsius with the Humidex and it is Real Hot and Humid in Nova Scotia Including Halifax and Sydney too and the Heatwave will Continue on to Wednesday August 27, 2014 and the Temperature is Very High Especially with the Humidity and the Thundershowers will be Hitting Nova Scotia on Thursday August 28, 2014 since the Cold Front will be Hitting Nova Scotia and and People had to Head to the Beach to get Cooled off in Nova Scotia and the Tropical Storm Cristobal is Heading well South of Nova Scotia and People in Nova Scotia Drink Lots of Water and Wear your Sunscreen, Hats and Sun Glasses and Have your Fans and Air Conditioners Ready and when you are at the Beach when you go Swimming Don't Go Too Far and or the Currents will take you away and Head to the Swimming Pool to Get Cooled Off and Limit your Outdoor Activities and Drink Lots of Fluids such as Water and Stay in the Shade and the Heatwave will Continue on to Wednesday August 27, 2014 and on Thursday there is a Chance of Thundershowers on Thursday August 28, 2014 and People in Nova Scotia You Better Enjoy your Nice Weather since it is gonna be Chance of Thundershowers with Local Heavy Rain in Nova Scotia on Thursday and Stay Cool and Don't Get too Hot Be Safe.

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