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It's not quite the weekend yet, but if high-temperature trends are to continue over the next few days, looks like a hat, water, and some sunscreen will quickly become your staple necessities.

Forecasters are predicting a high of 32 degrees on Friday and Saturday without much relief. Evening temperatures are expected to stay in the high teens Friday night and Saturday night.

Saturday night, however, is expected to bring a cold front that will pass through southern Manitoba to end the extreme heat, returning us to temperatures in the mid-twenties on Sunday.

For Winnipeg, the high on Friday is 33. Saturday, we could see temperatures rise as high as 35 degrees.

Environment Canada urges those in the affected areas to take the proper precautions. They also remind the public to never leave people or pets inside a parked vehicle.

Watch for the effects of the heat on your health, including swelling, rash, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and the worsening of some health conditions.

The areas in red are currently under heat warnings:

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