October 17, 2009
Filed under Canada, Okanagan Valley
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October 16th, 2009
Turkey Day was a record-breaking chiller, according to Environment Canada.
Meteorologist Doug Lundquist says last weekend’s cold temperatures, thanks to clear skies and a northerly flow from the Northwest Territories, were some of the coldest on record.
November 29, 2008
Drought in the Peace River, cold snaps and hail in the Okanagan Valley, and a cool wet spring in the Lower Mainland amount to record payouts predicted to exceed $30 million this year under the provincial crop insurance program.