Kelowna breaks weather record for warm night

Image Credit: FILE PHOTO

KELOWNA – Punctuating one of the hottest and driest summers in recent memory comes a new record: The warmest night.

Environment Canada says an overnight low temperature of 14.9 Celsius was recorded in Kelowna yesterday, Sept. 5, breaking the previous high minimum temperature record of 14.3 C set in 1995.

The combination of a strong ridge of high pressure and an insulating layer of smoke played a role in setting both new high and warm overnight temperatures records across the province yesterday, according to forecasters.


To contact a reporter for this story, email Adam Proskiw or call 250-718-0428 or email the editor. You can also submit photos, videos or news tips to the newsroom and be entered to win a monthly prize draw.

We welcome your comments and opinions on our stories but play nice. We won't censor or delete comments unless they contain off-topic statements or links, unnecessary vulgarity, false facts, spam or obviously fake profiles. If you have any concerns about what you see in comments, email the editor in the link above. 


It's coyote mating season, be careful out there
OKANAGAN - Coyotes will be feeling extra frisky over the next two months and while it can be a romantic time for them, pet owners are advised to use additional caution around these animals. Coyote mating season begins in early February and

Top News