That was the high in Vancouver yesterday.
Just two days after the Winter Games came to an end, Spring made yet another early appearance on the coast of British Columbia.
It was also warm in the southern Interior yesterday. Osoyoos soared to 16 degrees, while Lytton hit 14. Even Victoria was feeling the heat on the coast, climbing all the way to 11 degrees.
It's been unseasonably mild across the province this winter. Normally, Vancouver would be sitting around 9 degrees at this time of year.
'The pattern this winter has been a ridge in the west and a trough in the east,' explains Weather Network Meteorologist Greg Stephens. 'Typically with El Nino years you have milder weather in the west and cooler weather in the east. So we're following that pattern.'
El Nino had a big impact on the Winter Games in February. A combination of heavy rain, fog, blizzard-like conditions, melting snow and 'sunny conditions' led to all kinds of delays at Whistler and Cypress Mountain.
This year's mild winter weather also has the allergy season off to an early start in the province. Right now, the level of pollen is rated HIGH in parts of the lower mainland.
Today, the temperature will be a little cooler in Vancouver, but the skies will be clear and the sun will be shining. We're calling for more seasonal temperatures as we head into the weekend.
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