Fort St. John meets January 3rd snowfall and precipitation records

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Once we added 4.2 centimetres and 3.2 millimetres on Sunday we had totals for the first five days of the month of 11.7 centimetres and 10.6 millimetres. 

So that meant with less than 20 per cent of the month gone the airport station had already recorded slightly more than one third of the January snowfall average and slightly more than 40 per cent of the January precipitation norm. 

However, there doesn’t seem to be a great deal more forecast for the rest of the week, and in addition, it is going to warm up considerably with highs through Saturday running anywhere from three to six degrees above the early January regional norm of minus 10.

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