It was very hot across the Metro Vancouver region last week, and in fact, 26 weather records across BC were broken on Friday.
Lytton had the highest temperature, reaching a toasty 33.2°C. Its previous record of 26.1°C was set in 1968.
— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) May 11, 2019
Over in Pitt Meadows, temperatures hit 29.3C, which was its hottest May 10th since 1931.
Records were also broken in the following cities:
- Bella Bella
- Bella Coola
- Burns Lake
- Gonzales Point
- Tatlayoko Lake
- Victoria Harbour
Before these record-breaking temperatures on Friday, 15 weather records across BC were broken a day before on Thursday (May 9th).
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