On average the Cariboo only see’s one day in November in the ten degree range, so far we’ve seen several.
We asked Ross Mcdonald, Meteorologist for Environment Canada, how long will this warm weather trend last?
“I would say the likely hood of temperatures staying quite mild and climbing in those afternoon daytime highs up into double digits will continue right through the rest of the work week. We’re looking at highs today in the Cariboo of 16 degrees”.
Mcdonald says the reason for the warm temperatures is due to a sub-tropical air flow originating north of Hawaii or better known as the “Pineapple Express”.