New record temperatures could be set in the southeast today with Environment Canada calling for a high of 36.

According to Meteorologist Bob Cormier, continued temperatures in the high thirties are uncommon for this time of year, and are a result of a persistent southerly flow over the prairies.


The record high for today was 38.4 degrees set back in 1989, with a record low of 4.9 in 1995.