If you were running some last-minute errands yesterday in preparation for New Year’s Eve, you might have noticed it felt unusually warm outside.
Well, as it turns it, it was.
Yesterday’s high of a little more than 10 degrees broke a record more than 50 years old for December 30.
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Previously, the warmest temperature in Brampton on December 30 had been 7.8 degrees in 1965.