A heatwave hat trick.
If you're wondering how people are doing in B.C., the answer is hot. They are very hot. In fact, the heatwave has resulted in one little village breaking Canadian temperature records for three days in a row.
Lytton saw extreme temperatures of 46.6 C on Sunday, 47.9 on Monday, and an astonishing 49.6 C on Tuesday.
In comparison, the weather in Dubai was hovering between highs of 41 and 43 C over those three days.
Thankfully for those in Lytton, temperatures are starting to dip back down to the 30s so they may actually be able to sleep and, you know, go outside.
The heatwave that's been rocking British Columbia has loosened its grips and turned its focus over to Alberta for the time being.