This week has already broken more than a dozen warm weather records in British Columbia — and it could happen all over again today.
That includes Vancouver, where the recorded high of 29.1°C beat a record set back in 1999.
- Jupiter will be at its brightest in 2019 tomorrow night
- Environment Canada calling for a warmer and drier summer in BC
- It's expected to feel like 31° C in Vancouver this week
Here are all the towns and cities that saw record-breaking temperatures:
- Abbotsford: 31.9°C (previous record 28.5°C, set in 1999)
- Agassiz: 33.0°C (previous record 31.1°C, set in 1932)
- Campell River: 30.0°C (previous record 28.7°C, set in 1982)
- Chilliwack: 33.0°C (previous record 32.2°C, set in 1932)
- Gonzales: 30.0°C (previous record 28.8°C, set in 2002)
- Hope: 32.5°C (previous record 28,4°C, set in 2002)
- Malahat: 29.2°C (previous record 26.6°C, set in 2002)
- Merritt: 32.0°C (tied previous record of 32.0°C, set in 1982)
- Nanaimo: 32.0°C (previous record 30.0°C, set in 1932)
- Pitt Meadows: 31.7°C (previous record 31.1°C, set in 1932)
- Powell River: 29.0°C (previous record 28.3°C, set in 1932)
- Princeton: 33.0°C (previous record 32.8°C, set in 1918)
- Squamish: 31.4°C (previous record 27.0°C, set in 1999)
- Tofino: 27.0°C (previous record 26.7°C, set in 1936)
- Vancouver: 29.1°C (previous record 27.4°C, set in 1999)
- Victoria: 29.6°C (previous record 28.9°C, set in 1932)
- White Rock: 30.9°C (previous record 29.4°C, set in 1932.
The near-30 temperatures are expected to continue for one more day and with inland temperatures nearing 27°C, Vancouver, along with the rest of the province, has a chance to see another handful of weather records broken.