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Warm weather continues through the Bulkley Valley and Lakes District

April showers and spring weather continue in the Bulkley Valley and Lakes District.

That’s according to Environment Canada after positive overnight temperatures were experienced over the weekend.

According to Warning Preparedness Meteorologist Armel Castellan, this contrasts with the near –40–degree weather experienced recently.

“We are seeing many pulses of atmospheric rivers of relatively strong note right across the coast. A lot of rain but also a lot of warmth and freezing levels that are quite high across the province.”

Yesterday (Sunday), the Bulkley Valley experienced a high of seven degrees with the Lakes District seeing a high of four degrees.

“Much higher than what we’d typically see at this time of year. We’re talkiezing levels at above 2000 metres,” said Castellan.

While temperatures are far above average, no records were broken over the weekend nor are they expected to be broken this week.

Today, both regions are expected to reach a nine-degree high with temperatures expected to dip near three degrees tonight.

“Temperatures dropping to seasonal lows overnight, around –13, should hng overnight lows in the Bulkley Valley that are up to 15 degrees above seasonal and the freappen Saturday night into Sunday,” Castellan added.

A full forecast can be found on the Environment Canada website for the Bulkley Valley and Lakes District.

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