The weekend heat wave on the Lower Mainland was a record-breaking one.
Environment Canada meteorologist Trevor Smith says records were shattered in Agassiz, Pitt Meadows and Whistler as temperatures topped 33 degrees.
In Vancouver it was a bit cooler at 28 degrees.
“Today will be a few degrees cooler. We are only expecting temperatures around 28 or 29 degrees over the inland areas, so a few degrees cooler than what we saw yesterday, so likely no records being broken today.”
The sunny warm weather is expected to end by Thursday with a good chance of showers and a high of 17.