It is now official…there has been record setting snowfall in the Cariboo this month.
Doug Lundquist, a Meteorologist with Environment Canada, goes over the numbers…
“Not including all the snow today, because we added it up to basically yesterday, there’s been 70 centimeters of snow this month. That is a record. The old record was 64 centimeters set in 1985.”
Lundquist says we’ve probably seen another 10 centimeters in most of the Cariboo today which will add to that number.
As of yesterday, this was already the 9th most snow we’ve had for winter, which is December, January and February, with still today and five more days to go.