November 9, 2016 5:10 pm
Updated: November 9, 2016 5:12 pm

Temperatures reach all-time high across B.C.

Some of the temperature records broken across B.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

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A Pineapple Express brought very warm temperatures to B.C. on Tuesday.

Global BC meteorologist Mark Madryga said the high temperatures were more like early June, rather than early November.

Here is a summary of the records broken on Wednesday:

Summary of new All-Time November Monthly Maximum Temperature Records (C):

Vancouver: 19.4 (old record 18.4, Nov 4 1980)

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Abbotsford: 22.4 (old record 20.6, Nov 2 1949)

 

Prince George: 18.8 (old record 17.4, Nov 11 1981)

Quesnel: 20.8 (old record 17.2, Nov 2 1949)

Williams Lake: 17.7 (old record 16.7, Nov 4 1975)

 

Summary of new Daily (November 8) Daily Maximum Temperature Records (C):

 

Abbotsford: 22.4 (old record 15.6, 1952))

Vancouver: 19.4 (old record 14.8, 1991))

Victoria University: 19.0 (old record 15.1, 1996)

White Rock: 20.5 (old record 17.8, 1930)

 

Osoyoos: 17.5 (old record 14.6, 1995)

Penticton: 17.2 (old record 14.4, 1930)

Princeton: 16.6 (old record 12.7, 1980)

Kamloops: 21.5 (old record 15.5, 1958)

 

Cranbrook: 12.7 (old record 10.7, 1980)

Sparwood: 15.0 (old record 14.8, 2004)

 

Prince George: 18.8 (old record 16.7, 1930)

Quesnel: 20.8 (old record 15.6, 1941)

Williams Lake: 17.7 (old record 10.6, 1976)

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