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Record breaking low temperatures Canada
« on: February 18, 2015, 05:12:08 PM »
Record breaking low temperatures Canada.

Updated weather summary for Southern Ontario and the
 National Capital Region issued by Environment Canada
 At 11:05 P.M. EST Monday 16 February 2015.

Record breaking low temperatures family day morning.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
 Environment Canada.

New low minimum temperature records were set for February 16. In
 Many cases the records were smashed by several degrees. Information
 is found in the table below. Please note that the year that records
 began changes depending on the weather station.

The record of -34.1 c set at the Waterloo Airport represents the
 coldest temperature ever recorded at this site since records were
 kept beginning in 1970. This temperature also beats out an older
 record from the adjacent Kitchener city of -33.9 set back on
 February 9, 1934, and is the latest occurrence of -30.0 c or below
 Of the season on record for Kitchener-Waterloo.

A minimum temperature of -34.9 c reached at the university of
 Waterloo weather station is the coldest recorded temperature in
 Kitchener - Waterloo since records at Kitchener city began in
 October 2014. It is the second coldest recorded temperature in
 Waterloo region, given that -35.6 c was set at a long since retired
 weather station in Cambridge (galt), on January 5. 1904.

The Niagara region has also seen its coldest February temperature on
 record of -31.9 at Welland. The old February record of -31.1 was
 Set at Welland on February 9, 1934. Records there go back to 1873.

Location new record previous record and year records began

Windsor -26.7 ... -18.5 ............. 1979 1941
 Ridgetown -29.6 .............. -27.8 1899 1886
 Sarnia -28.3 ................ -21.2 2004 1968
 Delhi -34.1 ................. -25.0 1963 1935
 London -30.5 .................. -24.4 1963 1941
 Woodstock -33.5 ............. -26.5 1987 1872
 Roseville -32.0 ............... -24.0 1987 1973
 Waterloo a -34.1 ............. -23.0 1979/1987 1970
 Wiarton -34.3 ................ -25.6 2014 1948
 Hamilton -29.1 .................. -26.1 1866 1866
 Welland -31.9 ................. -23.3 1904 1873
 Toronto Pearson -24.4 ............ -23.9 1939 1938
 Toronto Island -22.4 .............. -21.7 1979 1905
 Buttonville -25.3 .................. -22.5 1987 1987
 Barrie -30.0 .................... -26.5 1987 1973
 Coldwater -29.0 .................. -25.0 1987 1972
 Muskoka -35.4 ................... -34.4 1963 1939
 Peterborough -31.0 ............... -26.5 1987 1969
 Trenton -26.9 ..................... -25.6 1943 1935
 Kingston -28.4 .................. -24.5 2003 1932

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
 information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

 END
Weather Summaries - Environment Canada




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