A special weather statement is in place for Prince George.
According to Environment Canada, the northern capital is expected to see temperatures rise into the mid-twenties over the next few days while other parts of the Interior could crack the 30-degree mark.
The weather office also cautions people that the risk of heat-related illness does exist at this time.
In addition, freezing levels will rise, which could lead to increased snowmelt and snowpack instability.
Temperatures are expected to return to near-normal values by next week.