Two more weather records have been broken on Vancouver Island this week, amid a warm end to the year.
Preliminary data from Environment Canada says it was particularly warm in Tofino and Port Alberni on Thursday.
In Tofino, a high of 16 C was recorded at the Tofino airport, making it the warmest December day ever for the West Coast community.
The previous record for the region was 15.6 C set in 1969. Temperature records for the Tofino area began in 1943.
Meanwhile, Port Alberni broke a daily heat record that was standing for almost 100 years.
On Thursday, the mercury climbed to 10.6 C, up from the old record of 10.0 C set on the same day in 1929.
Temperature records for Port Alberni began in 1900.
Earlier this week, Victoria also broke a daily weather record.
On Wednesday, temperatures reached 12.9 C, breaking a record that lasted for more than 100 years, set in 1922.