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Last week’s temperatures left Vancouver Island residents feeling as though summer was coming early, but this past weekend reminded us that you can never get too comfortable on the west coast. 

On Wednesday, June 2nd records were broken across the province including right here on Vancouver Island with temperatures on the Malahat reaching a high of 28.6°C.

See also: Wednesday’s high temperatures broke 14 records across the province

However, just after these records were set for high temperatures, Victoria experienced a very different weekend forecast. 

On Sunday temperatures reached a high of 12.5°C, making it Victoria’s coldest June 6th since records began in 1899. 

Despite the apparent cold snap the Weather Network released their summer forecast last week predicting a ‘hot and dry’ summer in BC. 

See also: A ‘hot and dry’ summer is on the horizon for BC according to the Weather Network

Victoria’s weather forecast predicts a mix of sun and clouds throughout the week and clouds and rain to end the week and continue throughout the weekend.

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