Warm spring temperatures continue

Warmer than usual spring temperatures are breaking records throughout the province and are expected to continue.

  • May. 3, 2016 6:00 a.m.
Canoeists paddle the calm waters of Skaha Lake on the weekend as warmer-than-usual spring temperatures continue in the South Okanagan and elsewhere.

Canoeists paddle the calm waters of Skaha Lake on the weekend as warmer-than-usual spring temperatures continue in the South Okanagan and elsewhere.

Outdoor enthusiasts are continuing to bath in the warm spring temperatures in the South Okanagan with near record-breaking heat expected for the weekend.

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