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Almanac Temperatures

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High Low Normal ..........................18.8°.................5.2° Record......................30.1°/1988 .......-1.9°/1987 Yesterday......................23.1°.................3.8° Precipitation Normal..............................................3.4mm Record...................................53.1mm/1968 Yesterday ......................................0.04 mm This month to date............................22 mm This year to date........................1073.7 mm Precipitation totals include rain and snow

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Prince George 21/9 Jasper 17/5

A variety of artists performed at the Cranbrook and District Arts Council 40th anniversary gala, held at the Ktunaxa gym on Friday, May 17. Pictured: Ellen Bailey (left) and Lorraine Butler (right), two of Cranbrook’s singing instructors, made the audience of the gala howl with laughter. See Thursday’s Townsman/Bulletin for a photo feature from the event.

Edmonton 22/12

Banff 9/5 Kamloops 18/10

Revelstoke 15/8

Kelowna 16/5 Vancouver 16/10

Canada

Castlegar 16/7

B.C. river levels stabilize

Calgary 11/9

Cranbrook 12/6

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The Weather Network 2013

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VANCOUVER — A high streamflow advisory has been ended for the lower Fraser River, from Quesnel south to the Lower Mainland. The cancellation ends all warnings, watches and advisories issued by the River Forecast Centre after recent warm temperatures and heavy rains caused many waterways around B.C. to swell. However, forecasters warn another cycle of surging water could be on the way. Heavy rain is expected across much of the Interior, north and southeastern sections of the province through Wednesday. The River Forecast Centre says it continues to monitor levels in all B.C. rivers, streams and creeks, and will provide updates as conditions warrant.

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Kimberley Daily Bulletin, May 22, 2013  

May 22, 2013 edition of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin

Kimberley Daily Bulletin, May 22, 2013  

May 22, 2013 edition of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin