A mass of warm air over B.C. saw seven communities reach record high temperatures Tuesday.
While much of the warm weather was confined to the southern half of the province, Williams Lake broke a record.
The city saw a high of 8 degrees celcius, breaking the old record of 7.6 back in 1980.
In the Chilcotin, the Puntzi Mountain station recorded a high of 8.3 degrees celcius compared to its old record of 7.4 set in 2011.
The Weather Network is predicting Western Canada will have warmer than normal temperatures this winter.