Century Old Weather Record Broken in Prince George
Prince George, B.C. – If you thought it was a little warmer than usual today you are correct.
Environment Canada has confirmed a 100-year-old weather record has fallen in Prince George. Today’s high of 12 degrees tops the previous high of 10.6 degrees this day back in 1916. The lowest temperature this day was minus 45 in 1936.
According to meteorologist Alyssa Charbonneau the warm weather is expected to persist through tomorrow.
“Yes, we’re still looking at this warm, moist air that has brought some subtropical air over the south coast. Lots of rain for us and it’s brought the warm temperatures into the Interior. It will still be with us tomorrow as there’s a forecasted high of 9.”
Temperatures on Friday are expected to drop to a high of 4 degrees while the high on Saturday and Sunday is forecasted to reach plus 3.