Trent Ernst, Editor
So you thought it was a little warm out last weekend? According to the Dawson Creek weather station, it hit 25.8 degrees on Sunday, making it the warmest Cinco de Mayo on record in the South Peace.
The warm temperatures came on the heels of a cold snap earlier in the week that saw morning temperatures getting close to -10.
Don’t expect either cold or warm to last. It is May, after all, and the forecast for May is generally unsettled, though forecasters are expecting warmer-than-normal temperatures for a week or so.
Just in time for snow on May long weekend, if history is any judge.