Record temperatures were felt on Vancouver Island Wednesday thanks to a warm front bringing a subtropical airmass to B.C.
The capital region set new standards for heat, with the hot spot in the Gonzales region of Victoria hitting 15.9 degrees Celsius, breaking the previous record of 15 degrees in 1954.
The University of Victoria and the Southern Gulf Islands both hit 15.8 degrees, while the Esquimalt area reached a new high of 15.5 degrees.
Malahat set a new mark of 15 degrees, up from the previous November 22 record of 13 in 1986.
Comox-Courtenay broke a 100-year-old record by getting to 13.6 degrees.
The previous mark was 13.3 in 1917.
Campbell River hit a new high for November 22 at 13 degrees, up from 12.2 in 1967.
The 13.3-degree record in 1954 in Port Hardy also got eclipsed as the mercury hit 13.4 degrees.
Highs today for Vancouver Island are forecast to be around 10 degrees, with 13 in Victoria but cooling off in the afternoon.