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Toronto, Canada
A heat alert has been issued for Toronto as the city is expected to bake under a hot sun and sweat through a muggy air mass over the next three days.
The mercury was expected to rise to 32C on Monday, but the humidity would make it feel more like 37C. The record high was 37C, set in 1952, CTV's Tom Brown reported.
A smog advisory was issued by the Ontario government, meaning pollutants from the U.S. and Ontario sources will accumulate and react with sunlight to form photochemical smog.
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