Channels
× Select City
×
×
×
Weather, News

7 temperature records broken in baking BC on Sunday

87597f5b8e86c1f11ef6c2f3ab7c0b2b?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Jenni Sheppard Jun 26, 2017 5:46 am 3,449

You weren’t imagining it – Environment Canada says Sunday was the hottest June 25 since records began for some of us around BC… although not in Vancouver.

A strong, upper ridge of high pressure over the weekend led to scorching heat and record breaking temperatures in seven places around the province.

The hottest temperatures registered were in Cache Creek, where a new record of 38°C was set, burning up the previous record of 37°C set in 1992.

Vancouver reached a top temperature of 25.6°C, not quite breaking the record high of 28.8°C, set in 1992.

Here’s the full list of all the temperature records broken around the province on Sunday:

Cache Creek

New record 38°C

Previous record 37°C set in 1992

Clinton

New record 31.5°C

Previous record 30.9°C set in 2006

Dawson Creek

New record 28.3°C

Previous record 28°C set in 1992

Gibsons

New record 31.6°C

Previous record 27.9°C set in 2015

Quesnel

New record 34.7°C

Previous record 34°C set in 1992

Sechelt

New record 31.6°C

Previous record 27.9°C set in 2015

Williams Lake

New record 33.6°C

Previous record 32.7°C set in 1992

Environment Canada notes these records are preliminary and unofficial.

See also

87597f5b8e86c1f11ef6c2f3ab7c0b2b?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Jenni Sheppard
Jenni is a former Senior Staff Writer at Daily Hive. Happy Vancouverite. Traveller, snowboarder, foodie, film fan, feminist, geek, cheesemaker, curler.

© 2018 Buzz Connected Media Inc.