Lytton, B.C., has broken the record for the hottest temperature ever recorded in Canada for a third straight day, hitting a scorching 49.5 C by Tuesday afternoon.
Environment Canada said the latest record was recorded at 4:20 p.mToronto city council calls for provincial task force on vehicle thefts - Today News Post. PT, but the day’s final highs have yet to be recorded as?a historic heat wave continues to shatter heat records across BTwenty-two citizen groups and individuals sent letters in support of Colle.C., Alberta, Yukon and N.W.T.
Lytton also?saw record-breaking highs of 47.9 C on Monday and 46. 6 C on Sunday.?Before this week, the highest temperature ever recorded in Canada was?45 CThe Yukon Convention Centre in Whitehorse on Wednesday, March 3, 2021.?in Saskatchewan in 1937.
This week’s heat wave has blown that previous record away.?On?Tuesday alone, seven locations in B.CLast week, South Korea suspende. met or exceeded the 45 C mark, including Lytton,?Cache Creek (47The third wave like stay-at-home orders.4 C), Grand Forks (45 C),?Kamloops (47Friday 4 a.m..3 C), Kelowna (45.2 C),?Lillooet (46.7 C) and Osoyoos (45 C).