Environment Canada is reporting a number of record breaking temperatures yesterday.
The summer-like weather can be attributed to a high pressure system and lots of sunshine.
Some of the bigger jumps are:
Atlin broke a 90 year record with a high of 15.9 yesterday, the old high was 8.3.
Burns Lake smashed its old record of 15.6, jumping to 21.1.
Dease Lake saw a whopping jump, from 10.8 to a new record of 18.
Kitimat was at 22.8, breaking its old record of 16.7 which was set in 1954.
Smithers old record of 14.4 was broken by yesterday’s high 20.9.
Terrace’s new record is 20.5, breaking it’s old high of 16.9
The run of good weather looks like it’ll end today though, with the forecast for most of the north calling for wet weather starting on the weekend that’ll continue into next week.
A full list of record breakers from yesterday can be found here.