The Bulkley Valley and Lakes District can expect some more warm temperatures this week, according to Environment Canada.
Temperatures are anticipated to reach the early 30’s tomorrow (Wednesday) and Thursday.
Meteorologist Bobby Sekhon said that temperatures into the thirties will be short-lived.
“We’re going to come back down to about 27 by Friday and through the weekend so, a couple of hot days coming up and then continue to stay warm after that,” he said.
Sekhon added that temperatures are roughly 10 degrees above average for this time of year with temperatures normally hovering around 21 degrees.
He also said Thursday will be the warmest day this week and that it could break records..
“The record for August 18th is 31 degrees from 1977 so, it’s going to be close,” Sekhon said.
Sekhon is also reminding people to stay hydrated and to keep cool as temperatures will be around the 30 degree mark.
He added that through the last little bit the region has seen warmer than average temperatures including some hot spells.