Lytton B.C. sets a new all-time Canadian heat record for the second day in a row

It’s a record many individuals doubtless didn’t need to break once more.

The small neighborhood of Lytton B.C. has set a new all-time Canadian heat record for the second day in a row Monday.

The temperature reached 47.5 C Monday at 4 p.m. after reaching a temperature of 46.6 C Sunday.

Environment Canada mentioned Monday that is nonetheless a preliminary quantity as heating could proceed for one other hour.

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The earlier record of 45 C was documented in Yellow Grass and in Midale, Sask., on July 5, 1937. The earlier B.C. record of 44.4 C was set in Lytton in 1941.


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60 historic temperature information smashed in B.C. Sunday as ‘dangerous’ heat wave continues

Sixty historic temperature information have been smashed throughout B.C. on Sunday as a “prolonged and dangerous” heatwave continues, in line with Environment Canada.

Heat warnings stay posted throughout B.C. and Alberta, massive elements of Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories and a part of Yukon as the climate workplace forecasts temperatures reaching 40 C in some areas.

More to come back.




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