A 93-year-old temperature record still stands after Tuesday’s predicted high of 28 degrees fell short in Prince George.

“The high yesterday got to 24.8 degrees at the airport and the record is 27.8, a couple of degrees shy of that and it looks like into today and tomorrow things will cool down a bit,” says Mike Gismondi, Environment Canada Meteorologist.

Temperatures for the next two days are expected to reach 22 degrees.

Gismondi adds we will be seeing a bit of a weather shift within the Prince George area.

“What’s happening is that there is an upper trough that will be moving into the province and will help to destabilize the air and create an environment that’s good for thunderstorms to develop.”

He does not anticipate any record-breaking temperatures to occur in the northern capital during the May long weekend.