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A massive upper level ridge of high pressure in western Canada is bringing dry, mild and summer-like temperatures to parts of B.C.

Feeling like July in April: B.C. is where you want to be


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Friday, April 8, 2016, 10:44 AM - A massive upper level ridge of high pressure in western Canada is bringing dry, mild and summer-like temperatures to parts of B.C. 


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"A temperature anomaly is very pronounced this week on the west coast," says Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton. "Coastal regions will continue to see temperatures around 20°C on Friday with mid 20s expected once you move a bit inland."

That's twice the seasonal average for some communities.

Record high temperatures were broken across the province on Thursday, with some records dating back over 30 years ago. Not only did that have residents shedding the layers, but the beach scene looked more like that of the middle of July. There was no shortage of volleyball, picnics and strolls along the water. Definitely weather to brag about, especially when much of eastern Canada is bracing for another weekend of record low temperatures and more snow.

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