The Bulkley Valley and Lakes District broke two daytime high records over the weekend.
On Saturday (October 15) the region saw the daytime high reach 19.6 degree celsius which broke a 61 year old record.
On October 15 in 1961 the temperature reached a high of 18.3.
Meteorologist Alyssa Charbonnau said another record was also broken on Sunday.
“On the 16th, Smithers reached 20.2 degrees and the previous record for that day was 17.2 degrees set back in 1942 and records in Smithers go back to 1938,” she said.
Charbonnau added that this fall the entire province has seen records being broken.
She also said that while we have had a warmer fall it’s about to cool down.
“When we look forward we do see a bit of a cooling trend coming and even getting into, I see some snow in the forecast for this weekend coming up,” Charbonnau said.
Today (Tuesday) is expected to reach a high of 17 degrees.
Meanwhile, the snow is expected to fly on Sunday (Oct 23).