• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Temperature Records Smashed in Parts of BC


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While some areas of Canada are seeing temperatures tumble to more fall-like values, the came cannot be said in British Columbia.


This week several areas set new daily high-temperature records thanks to a ridge of high pressure that has established itself over the region. Several records were broken on Wednesday.


Burns Lake Area (Burns Lake Decker Lake)

New record of 27.0

Old record of 26.1 set in 1949

Records in this area have been kept since 1949


Gibsons Area (Sechelt Aut)

New record of 29.1

Old record of 28.9 set in 1963

Records in this area have been kept since 1949


Malahat Area (Malahat)

New record of 30.0

Old record of 27.7 set in 1993

Records in this area have been kept since 1986


Puntzi Mountain Area (Puntzi Mountain (AUT))

New record of 29.0

Old record of 28.9 set in 1997

Records in this area have been kept since 1959


Sandspit Area (Sandspit Airport Auto)

New record of 20.9

Old record of 20.6 set in 1948

Records in this area have been kept since 1945


Sechelt Area (Sechelt Aut)

New record of 29.1

Old record of 25.7 set in 2011

Records in this area have been kept since 1956


Squamish Area (Squamish Airport)

New record of 31.2

Old record of 29.5 set in 1989

Records in this area have been kept since 1960


West Vancouver Area (West Vancouver Auto)

New record of 30.3

Old record of 28.0 set in 1987

Records in this area have been kept since 1976


Based on ECCC Data

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