When was that exactly? Not in the recorded history of the lower mainland for example - so when was that precisely?
As i've explained, it wasn't really about the cold per se. However taking that one point this year did in fact break records for cold in many areas, and so did 2021.
But it's more than cold. What we're experiencing in the last couple of years simply doesn't happen in the lower mainland, and that's 2 years running. Now, it'd be easy to blow off a single event as just a rare extreme. Given enough time obviously you're going to have unusually hot or cold days here and there or days with more rain or less, or whatever. But the sheer volume of it and the nature of it is well beyond a single event. And the nature of what is happening is different, not just a 'little more cold' or a 'little more hot'. I see it in the nature of the damage done to buildings and property literally by the hundreds.