This week has already broken more than a dozen warm weather records in British Columbia — and it could happen all over again today.
Wednesday’s high temperatures broke 17 records for warmest weather across the province, according to Environment Canada.
That includes Vancouver, where the recorded high of 29.1°C beat a record set back in 1999.
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.