Temperature Records Broken in British Columbia

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Monday, July 30, 2018
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Several areas in British Columbia reported new records of daily maximum temperatures for July 29th. 

Blue River 
New record 34.6 
Old record 34.1 set in 2014 
Records kept since 1946 

Burns Lake 
New record 33.7 
Old record 32.9 set in 2004 
Records kept since 1949 

Clearwater 
New record 37.1 
Old record 36.7 set in 1960 
Records kept since 1913 

Clinton 
New record 33.3 
Old record 32.5 set in 2009 
Records kept since 1973 

Comox 
New record 32.2 
Old record 32.1 set in 2003 
Records kept since 1914 

Lillooet 
New record 39.8 
Old record 39.0 set in 1985 
Records kept since 1881 

Lytton 
New record 41.4 
Old record 40.0 set in 1960 
Records kept since 1921 

MacKenzie 
New record 33.3 
Old record 32.8 set in 1971 
Records kept since 1971 

McBride 
New record 34.1 
Old record 31.7 set in 1971 
Records kept since 1922 

Prince George 
New record 33.3 
Old record 32.7 set in 1998 
Records kept since 1912 

Puntzi Mountain 
New record 33.9 
Tied old record set in 1971 
Records kept since 1959 

Valemount 
New record 36.2 
Old record 35.6 set in 1934 
Records kept since 1914 

Williams Lake 
New record 33.2 
Old record 31.7 set in 1971 
Records kept since 1960

Based on EC Data



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