Temperature Records Broken in British Columbia

Posted by on Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Wednesday was a warm day across Beautiful British Columbia and several new high temperature records were broken. Environment Canada issued a weather summary for British Columbia.
 
Vancouver International Airport 
New record of 13.7°C
Old record of 13.3°C set in 1939 

Pitt Meadows 
New record of 14.0°C
Old record of 11.1°C set in 1997 

Victoria International Airport 
New record of 14.9°C
Old record of 12.8°C set in 1957 

Abbotsford Airport 
New record of 14.5°C 
Old record of 14.4°C set in 1957 

Hope Airport 
New record of 16.2°C 
Old record of 13.9°C set in 1957 

Agassiz 
New record of 15.0°C 
Old record of 13.3°C set in 1957 

Squamish Airport 
New record of 14.8°C
Old record of 10.0°C set in 1962 

Powell River 
New record of 12.2°C 
Old record of 11.7°C set in 1964 

Saturna Island 
New record of 12.7°C
Old record of 10.5°C set in 2010 

Comox 
New record of 14.3°C 
Old record of 12.2°C set in 1957 

Osoyoos 
New record of 9.4°C
Old record of 8.9°C set in 1957 

Sparwood 
New record of 5.2°C 
Old record of 4.9°C set in 1989 

Clinton 
New record of 7.9°C 
Old record of 3.1°C set in 2001

Based on EC Data



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