Warm Weather Breaks Records in British Columbia and Yukon

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Monday, March 25, 2019
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On Sunday several high temperature records were broken in British Columbia and Yukon.

 Here are the new records...

Blue River Area 
New record: 15.0 
Old record: 14.4 set in 2010 
Records began in 1946 

Dease Lake Area 
New record: 9.4 
Old record: 8.9 set in 1958 
Records began in 1944 

Fort Nelson Area 
New record: 12.6 
Old record: 11.9 set in 1987 
Records began in 1937 

Terrace Area 
New record: 15.0 (Tie) 
Old record: 15.0 set in 1915 
Records began in 1912

Burwash Landing Area 
New record: 8.6 
Old record: 6.8 set in 2016 
Records began in 1966 

Carmacks Area 
New record: 12.9 
Old record: 8.2 set in 2016 
Records began in 1963 

Faro Area 
New record: 9.8 
Old record: 8.0 set in 1998 
Records began in 1966 

Mayo Area 
New record: 10.8 
Old record: 9.0 set in 1999 
Records began in 1924 

Old Crow Area 
New record: 2.1 
Old record: -1.5 set in 1987 
Records began in 1951 

Watson Lake Area 
New record: 7.8 (Tie) 
Old record: 7.8 set in 1941 
Records began in 1938 

Whitehorse Area 
New record: 10.0 
Old record: 8.9 set in 1941 
Records began in 1900

Based on ECCC Data



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