Kamloops surpassed its normal rainfall levels last month.
Environment Canada says the city hit a record last Thursday when 12.4 millimetres of precipitation fell in one day. The previous one-day rainfall record was 9.7 mm in 1983.
All that rain also pushed the monthly rainfall above normal.
Total rainfall reached 25.4 mm — which was 176 per cent of the normal for the month, 14.4 mm.
The warmest day was April 23 when the mercury rose to 27.9 C.
The coldest day was April 6 when the temperature drop to –3.4 C overnight.