Thursday was another record setter across Alberta.
Environment Canada reports 15 communities set new high temperatures.
The oldest record broken was in Red Deer, where they hit 11.4 degrees, beating the old mark set back in 1916.
Brooks, Drumheller, Edmonton, Cold Lake and Fort McMurray were a few of the other hot spots in the province.
Calgary reached 15 degrees, which was close to breaking the record of 15.6 set in 1935.