Record breaking temperatures were set all over B.C. on Mother’s Day

Dylan McCullough | May 14, 2018 in Weather

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Record temperatures had people slapping on the sunscreen across the province on Mother's Day.

An on-going May heatwave brought record-setting temperatures to 11 communities in B.C, with several areas passing the 30 degree mark.

In Agassiz, B.C., the mercury hit 31.3 C, breaking a record set over a 100 years ago. 

According to Environment Canada, 11 temperature records in total were set in B.C. on Sunday:

If you're out there enjoying this beautiful weather snap a photo and tag us on Instagram!

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