It's been the hottest week of the year so far in Alberta, with 29 Alberta communities breaking heat records yesterday.

But did Cochrane break a record?

Stephen Berg, meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada said, sort of. 

"It certainly looks like it could be a tie." 

Cochrane hit 31.8 C, which ties the heat record set back in 1985. 

Calgary hit 34.2 C, breaking the previous record of 34.0 C from 1985, and Airdrie also broke a nearly 40-year-old record.

Berg said even though Cochrane remains under a heat warning, there likely won't be any records broken for the rest of this week. 

"It's not looking quite as favourable I guess for today or tomorrow. This ridge looks like it's shifting off into the east towards Saskatchewan." 

Edmonton, Drumheller, Camrose, Edson and Lacombe also broke heat records yesterday.