Yesterday was a record-setting hot day in Whistler.
Whistler created a new daily maximum temperature heat record, recording 40.2 C. The old record was of 34.8 C, which was set in 2015, according to Environment Canada.
Records have been kept in the area since 1950.
Squamish also sizzled at 41.2 C on June 27, a new daily maximum temperature record for the community.
The previous record was 32.3, which was set in 2015, and records have been kept since 1960 in the area.
The Lytton Area recorded the hottest temperature ever recorded in the country.
The area recorded 46.6 C yesterday.
The previous heat record for Canada was for 45 C, and was set in 1937, in Yellow Grass and Midale in Saskatchewan.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler, in conjunction with Vancouver Coastal Health, has also issued a water quality advisory on June 27.
The water quality advisory applies throughout Whistler, with the exception of the Emerald Estates and Cheakamus Crossing neighbourhoods.