February 09, 2015 - 12:51 PM
KAMLOOPS – The spring-like weather continues for Kamloops with a record high temperature on Sunday, Feb. 8.
The mercury rose to 15.1 C, snapping the old record of 11.1 C on the same day in 1998, according to Environment Canada’s website.
To put things into perspective, the normal high for his time of year is only 2 C.
The meteorologists are calling for the warmer-than-normal temperatures for the next seven days.
Alas, no sign of sunshine in the forecast until Sunday.
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