The long range forecast is calling for some pretty unseasonal spring temperatures in the Cariboo-Chilcotin.
Will we be setting any records starting tomorrow and over the next five days, we asked Lisa Coldwells Meteorologist for Environment Canada.
“The old record for the 31st is 16 point 4 set in 1991 and we have a forecast of 20 and for April fool’s a forecast of 22 degrees which will be a record breaker as well, the old record being 19 point 1 back in 1992.”
Coldwells says the reason behind the rising temperatures is due to ridges of high pressure that come up from California settling into BC and generally lasting about five days.
When we get into the first full week of April the weather patterns will return to normal spring conditions, clouds and the odd shower.