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Warm fall temperatures appear to be sticking around for many communities across the province as another 16 daily temperature records were broken on Monday.
Environment Canada says this ridge of high pressure is expected to stick around in the coming days.
Agassiz and Kelowna both broke temperature records set in 1932.
The biggest margin was seen in Malahat for the second day in a row with the new record of 24.6ºC replacing the record of 19.9ºC set in 2001.
Sechelt and Squamish were close behind as they broke old records by 3.1ºC and 3.5ºC, respectively.
Here is a look at all the daily temperature records that were broken on Sunday:
Abbotsford (28°C) – old record of 26.7°C set in 1980
Agassiz (27.7°C) – old record of 26.7°C set in 1932
Cache Creek (26.3°C) – old record of 25.6°C set in 1947
Clinton (23.9°C) – old record of 23.7°C set in 2003
Hope (27.5°C) – old record of 27.2°C set in 1952
Kelowna (25.4°C) – old record of 25°C set in 1932
Lytton (27.3°C) – old record of 26.5°C set in 2003
Malahat (24.6°C) – old record of 19.9°C set in 2001
Nakusp (22°C) – old record of 20.8°C set in 2021
Pemberton (27.5°C) – old record of 27°C set in 1993
Pitt Meadows (27.6°C) – old record of 26.9°C set in 1993
Powell River (22.6°C) – old record of 22.2°C set in 1970
Puntzi Mountain (27.3°C) – old record of 26.6°C set in 2003
Sechelt (24.6°C) – old record of 21.5°C set in 1993
Squamish (27.2°C) – old record of 23.7°C set in 2015
Tatlayoko Lake (26.8°C) – old record of 26°C set in 2003