Vancouver’s heat streak continues.
Another weather record was broken today as the city saw the hottest March 19 in three years.
According to Environment Canada, today’s temperatures in Vancouver reached 15.5°C, breaking the record of 14.5°C on the same day in 2016.
Vancouver wasn’t the only city that experienced historic temperatures.
Yesterday, 32 warm weather records were broken across the province.
The mid-March heatwave is expected to continue for the next two days. Showers are expected on Thursday and Friday but then it’s back to sunshine and blue skies.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story using Environment Canada historical data incorrectly reported that Vancouver broke a 72-year-old temperature record.