The inner harbour in downtown Victoria, B.C. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

Temperature records broken in Esquimalt Harbour and four other B.C. cities

The last temperature record in Esquimalt Harbour was set in 1999

Esquimalt Harbour broke record temperatures yesterday with a high of 13.6 C.

The prior record, set in 1999, was 12.6 C.

According to Environment Canada, four other temperature records were broken in B.C. yesterday:

Race Rocks Lightstation: New record 12.1 C with the previous record set in 2016 at 10.6 C

Squamish Airport: New record 11.6 C with the previous record set in 2001 at 11.2 C

Warfield: New record 8.3 C with the previous record set in 2010 at 8 C

White Rock: New record 15.7 C with the previous record set in 2008 at 15.2 C

READ MORE: 9 temperature records broken across B.C. as warm weather continues

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