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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #120 on: May 01, 2018, 01:16:30 AM »
komoka village weather
  Latitude N 42° 57' 15"    Longitude W 81° 26' 06"    Elevation 244 m
 Today Now at 09:10 on 30 April 2018
 Komoka, ON Canada

 The Over Night Temp Low was  -3.0 °C
 Rainfall of  0.0 mm since midnight.
 Rainfall last 24 hours 0.0 mm
 Current Temp Outside is  7.7 °C with Humidity  61 % and Dew Point  0.7 °C
 Latest Wind Gust  0.0 km/h with speed of  0.0 km/h  from the ---
 Wind Chill is  7.7 °C
 Barometer is currently sitting on 1024.25 hPa
 Sunshine hours so far today 1.8
 Current Snow Depth is 0 cm with a recent Fall of 0 cm
 Sager 12-24 Hour Forecast: Fair; No important change. Some tendency for slight increase in winds during day, diminishing in evening. Shifting (or variable) winds.
 

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #121 on: May 02, 2018, 12:44:27 AM »
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  Latitude N 42° 57' 15"    Longitude W 81° 26' 06"    Elevation 244 m
 Today Now at 08:40 on 01 May 2018
 Komoka, ON Canada

 The Over Night Temp Low was  4.1 °C
 Rainfall of  0.0 mm since midnight.
 Rainfall last 24 hours 0.0 mm
 Current Temp Outside is  12.8 °C with Humidity  61 % and Dew Point  5.4 °C
 Latest Wind Gust  0.0 km/h with speed of  0.0 km/h  from the ---
 Wind Chill is  12.8 °C
 Barometer is currently sitting on 1017.48 hPa
 Sunshine hours so far today 0.7
 Current Snow Depth is 0 cm with a recent Fall of  cm
 Sager 12-24 Hour Forecast: Fair; No important change. Some tendency for slight increase in winds during day, diminishing in evening. Shifting (or variable) winds.
 

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #122 on: May 02, 2018, 02:20:58 AM »

Canada is a big area bounded by 3 oceans from the Atlantic on the east to the Pacific on the west - 5,514 km, and from the 49th parallel north to the Arctic within reaches of the north pole - 4,634 km.  Weather therefore can be totally different in one part of the country to another.

The most populated regions are generally defined as: Atlantic provinces (Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick) which are directly affected by the North Atlantic and Atlantic hurricanes; Southern Quebec and Ontario (Montreal, Toronto); the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; and British Columbia on the west of the Rockies and the Pacific coast.  These regions have four distinct seasons and can have temperatures of 40°C in the summer to -40°C in the winter, with more moderate spring and fall seasons in between.

ATLANTIC CANADA - Halifax
The sea air makes for milder temperatures, especially close to the Bay of Fundy, which is warmed by the Gulf Stream. Temperature ranges are however quite significant. Summer temperatures hover around 25°C, and in the winter around -2°C. Temperatures vary on the coasts, where it is colder in summer and winter. The coasts are also often shrouded in a thick fog, especially along the Bay of Fundy and on the island of Newfoundland.

Winter
December to March is the best season for skiing, snowmobiling, skating, snowshoeing and other winter sports. Temperatures remain low, and warm clothing (coats, scarves, hats, gloves or mittens, wool sweaters and boots) is a necessity. On the coast, it remains quite humid in winter.

Spring and Fall
Spring is short, lasting roughly from the end of March to the end of May. Everything thaws and streets are often slushy. In fall, it’s time to watch the colours change. It can get quite cool during both these seasons, so be sure to pack a sweater, scarf, gloves, wind-breaker and umbrella.

Summer
From the end of May to the end of August it can get very hot. Pack some T-shirts, lightweight shirts and pants, shorts and sunglasses. A jacket or sweater can still come in handy in the evening. In certain regions of Atlantic Canada, notably near the Bay of Fundy, on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia and on the island of Newfoundland, rain and fog are frequent; an umbrella and raincoat are a good idea.

QUEBEC - Montreal
Québec’s seasonal extremes set the province apart from much of the world. Temperatures can rise above 30oC in summer and drop to -25oC in winter. Visiting Québec during the two “main” seasons (summer and winter) is like visiting two totally different countries, with the seasons influencing not only the scenery, but the lifestyles and behaviour of the province’s residents.

Winter
“Mon pays ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver...”
(“My country is not a country, it’s winter...”)
– Gilles Vigneault

Mid-November to the end of March is the best time for skiing, snowmobiling, ice-skating, snowshoeing and other winter sports. In general, there are five or six big snowstorms per winter. Howling winds often make the temperatures bitterly cold, causing “drifting snow” (very fine snow that is blown by the wind). One bright spot is that though it may be freezing, Québec gets more hours of winter sunshine than Europe.

Spring is short, lasting roughly from the end of March to the end of May, and heralded by the arrival of “slush,” a mixture of melted snow and mud. As the snow disappears, long-buried plants and grass, yellowed by frost and mud, come to life again. Nature’s welcomed reawakening is spectacular.

Summer in Québec blossoms from the end of May to the end of August and may surprise some who think of Québec as a land of snow and igloos. The heat can be quite extreme and often seems much hotter because of the accompanying humidity. The vegetation becomes lush, and don’t be surprised to see red and green peppers or tomatoes growing in window boxes—the temperature is almost high enough to fool you into thinking you are in Mexico! City streets are decorated with flowers, and restaurant terraces are always full. It is also the season when many different festivals are held all across Québec.

Fall colours can last from September to November. Maple trees form one of the most beautiful living pictures on the North American continent. Leaves are transformed into a kaleidoscope of colours from bright green to scarlet red to golden yellow. Temperatures will stay warm for a while, but eventually the days and especially the nights will become quite cool.

Indian Summer
This relatively short period (only a few days) in late fall feels like summer’s triumphant return. Referred to as Indian Summer, it is in fact the result of warm air currents from the Gulf of Mexico. This time of the year is called Indian Summer because it marked the last hunt before winter. Aboriginals took advantage of the warm weather to stock up on provisions before the cold weather arrived.

ONTARIO Toronto
Ontario has a continental climate, with very defined season. In summer the temperature can reach 30°C, while in the winter it can drop to -25°C and snow is common and often very abundant. In spring and fall, the sun is often hidden behind rain clouds.

Winter
December to March is the ideal season for winter-sports enthusiasts (skiing, skating, etc.). Warm clothing is essential during this season (coat, scarf, hat, gloves, wool sweaters and boots). Toronto and the southwestern part of the province generally benefit from slightly milder conditions than the rest of southern Ontario.

Spring and Fall
Spring is short (end of March to end of May) and is characterized by a general thaw leading to wet and muddy conditions. Fall is often cool. A sweater, scarf, gloves, windbreaker and umbrella will therefore come in handy.

Summer lasts from the end of May to the end of August and can be very hot. Bring along t-shirts, lightweight shirts and pants, shorts and sunglasses; a sweater or light jacket is a good idea for evenings. If you plan on doing any hiking, remember that temperatures are cooler in the forest.

Prairie Provinces
The vast stretch of land between British Columbia and Ontario comprises an area known as the Canadian Prairies, a 2,000 km valley of plains, forests, and farmland. Divided into three provinces — Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan — the resource-rich region has long served as the country’s breadbasket and a crucial lynchpin in the national economy.

The Canadian prairies generally experience dry semi-arid climates (Köppen Bsk) in the brown soil regions, and somewhat dry Humid Continental climates (Köppen Dfb) in the outer dark brown and black soil areas. The Canadian prairies typically experience about 12 to 15 in (300 to 380 mm) of annual precipitation in the semi-arid areas while they experience 16 to 20 in (410 to 510 mm) in the continental regions. The area is also prone to thunderstorms in the spring and summer. Some of these storms, especially further south, are strong enough for tornadoes. 

ALBERTA - Calgary
Calgary is a city that really experiences the four seasons. Spring arrives in the month of March, which is not to say that winter does not go without a fight. It is not unheard of for cold weather to persist (or return!) long after it is supposed to have gone, or for April showers to quash the hopes of golfers eager to start the season. If you are planning to visit during the Stapmede, be sure to bring along some suitable attire, since the whole city goes "western" for the occasion. Blue jeans, plaid shirts, boots and a cowboy hat are the name of the game. If your wardrobe is lacking in such items, you can always buy the necessary gear in Calgary.

Summer
With temperatures soaring to 30ºC or 35ºC when the sun is at its zenith, summer in Calgary can be a daunting prospect for travellers accustomed to humid summers. Rest assured that Calgary summers are more than bearable since the heat is a dry heat, thanks to the Rockies: the humidity of the air coming off the Pacific condenses as it is forced upward by this massive natural barrier, and falls as precipitation in the mountains before it reaches the city. Thus, the region around Calgary receives less than 30 centimetres of rainfall between May and September, and 35ºC in Calgary is probably a lot more comfortable than 30ºC in Montréal. Bring along T-shirts, light shirts and pants, shorts and sunglasses, as well as a sweater for the evenings. If you plan on hiking in the mountains, remember that it gets colder at higher altitudes, so be sure to bring along a windbreaker.

Like spring, autumn keeps you on your toes with unpredictable weather, thus it is best to come prepared for any surprises. The most changeable weather tends to occur in October, when temperatures can range anywhere between 30ºC and -20ºC. The first snowfall often arrives at the end of October, though it usually does not stay on the ground until November.

In January, the average temperature is -13ºC. However, it temperatures often plummet to -30ºC, or even -40ºC on certain days. Luckily for Calgarians, it is a dry cold and these deep freezes are often accompanied by bright sunshine. Big snowstorms are a rarity here. In winter, warm clothing is a must (coat, scarf, hat, gloves, wool sweater and boots).

Alberta's most spectacular climactic phenomena is undoubtedly the chinook. The word is taken from a native language, and means "the wind that makes the snow disappear" – and so it does. Masses of dry air sweep down from the Rockies in autumn or winter, driving out the cold air that comes from the north. In one day, the temperature might vary by as much as 30ºC, and up to 15ºC in an hour! If it is cloudy, you can see a chinook coming in advance because it pushes the clouds ahead of it and you will see an arc of blue sky that stretches across the eastern horizon.
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA - Vancouver
The climate of Canada varies widely from one region to another. The Vancouver area benefits from a sort of micro-climate thanks to its geographic location between the Pacific Ocean and the Rockies. Temperatures in Vancouver vary between 0°C and 15°C in the winter and are much warmer in the summer. Average temperatures in July and August approach 22oC in Vancouver and Victoria.

The high altitudes of the Rocky Mountains and the winds of the Prairies make for a varied climate throughout the rest of Western Canada. Winters are cold and dry and temperatures can drop to -40°C, though the average is around -10°C to -15°C. Summers are dry, with temperatures staying steady around 25°C on the plains and lower in the mountains.

Vancouver has a particularly wet winter, so don't forget your raincoat. In southern British Columbia, the mercury rarely falls below 0°C. December to March remains the ideal season for winter sports enthusiasts who can enjoy many activities near the city (skiing, skating, etc.). During this season, it’s essential to wear warm clothing (coat, scarf, hat, gloves, wool sweaters and boots) if you plan on visiting the mountains.

In Vancouver, spring and fall, and winter too for that matter, are hardly discernable. Spring is short (from the end of March to the end of May), and conditions are generally rainy. Warmer temperatures encourage a beautiful blossoming of flowers. Fall is often cool and wet. A sweater, scarf, gloves, windbreaker and of course an umbrella are recommended for these seasons.

Summer lasts from May to the end of August. Bring along T-shirts, lightweight shirts and pants, shorts and sunglasses; a sweater or light jacket is a good idea for evenings. If you plan on doing any hiking, remember that temperatures are cooler at higher altitudes.

FAR NORTH
“Northern” Canada encompasses all land above the country’s 60th parallel, which is divided into three territories (from west to east): Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Upwards of 90 per cent of the land in all three is strictly uninhabitable, a barren wasteland of rock, ice and snow, meaning most populated areas are located either in the southern regions, or close to the coast of a lake, river or ocean. Still, “habitable” remains very much in the eye of the beholder. Even in the north’s larger cities, it’s not at all uncommon for winter temperatures to dip below -40˚(C).

Along with the snowy, generally treeless landscapes, Canada’s North is particularly well-known as being the fabled “land of the midnight sun.” Due to its proximity to the Arctic Circle, northern days can entail up to 24 straight hours of sunlight in the summer, but also 24 hours of straight darkness in the winter. In Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories, for instance, the month of June will get an average of 19 straight hours of sunlight, while in December, the average is about five.

Canada’s most extreme northern region, which is comprised of a series of large islands around the Arctic Circle — the very topmost point of the planet — is home to land that is so frozen, barren, dry and featureless it’s been used as training ground for astronauts. Despite the sub-arctic temperatures, this territory is technically considered a desert by scientists, since there is virtually no moisture or precipitation and few living things can survive.


May 1, 2018 - 10:00 am

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This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Canada: 19.9°  /  67.8°F  Collingwood, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -30.3°C  /  -22.5°F  Hanbury River, NT



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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #123 on: May 03, 2018, 12:49:52 AM »
Yesterday's Hot and Cold Spots - May 1, 2018

 Hot spot in Ontario: 28.5 °C Collingwood
Cold spot in Ontario: -13.3 °C Peawanuck
 

  Hot spot in Canada: 28.5 °C Collingwood, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -26.9 °C Mould Bay, NT
 

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #124 on: May 04, 2018, 12:59:15 AM »
May 3, 2018
Canada Hot and Cold...
 Hot spot in Ontario: 18.7 °C Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport
Cold spot in Ontario: -4.5 °C Armstrong
 

Hot spot in Canada: 18.7 °C Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -24.7 °C Taloyoak Airport, NU
 

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #125 on: May 05, 2018, 12:24:37 AM »
May 4, 2018 - 8:00 am
Canada Hot and Cold...
 Hot spot in Ontario: 18.8 °C Windsor Airport
Cold spot in Ontario: -1.4 °C Armstrong
 

Hot spot in Canada: 18.8 °C Windsor Airport, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -25.7 °C Eureka, NU
 

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #126 on: May 06, 2018, 12:46:45 AM »
May 5th Averages and Extremes - Komoka (London)  Ontario, Canada
Average high        16.7°C
Average low        4.9°C
Highest temperature (1941-2002)       31.1°C  1949
Lowest temperature (1941-2002)        -2.8°C   1968
Greatest precipitation (1941-2002)        19.1 mm  1944
Greatest rainfall (1941-2002)        19.1 mm  1944
Greatest snowfall (1941-2002)        0.0 cm
Most snow on the ground (1955-2002)        0.0 cm
Monthly frequency of precipitation        41 %

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #127 on: May 06, 2018, 12:57:03 AM »
Canada:
May 5, 2018 8:00 AM


This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 15.1 °C Collingwood
Cold spot in Ontario: -4.3 °C Fort Severn Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 15.5 °C Western Head, NS
Cold spot in Canada: -23.8 °C Taloyoak Airport, NU


Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 25.9 °C Vineland Station
Cold spot in Ontario: -4.1 °C Fort Severn Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 27.0 °C Osoyoos, BC
Cold spot in Canada: -27.2 °C Eureka, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #128 on: May 07, 2018, 01:16:46 AM »
May 6  Averages and Extremes - Komoka (London)  Ontario, Canada
Average low        5.1°C
Highest temperature (1941-2002)        31.1°C1949
Lowest temperature (1941-2002)        -4.4°C1968
Greatest precipitation (1941-2002)        48.5 mm1976
Greatest rainfall (1941-2002)        48.5 mm1976
Greatest snowfall (1941-2002)        0.0 cm
Most snow on the ground (1955-2002)        0.0 cm
Monthly frequency of precipitation        41 %

9:00 am This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 16.1 °C Toronto Downtown
Cold spot in Ontario: -7.5 °C Peawanuck Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 16.5 °C Kentville AAFC, NS
Cold spot in Canada: -22.7 °C Eureka, NU

Calgary    Mainly Sunny    7°C
Charlottetown    Mostly Cloudy    12°C
Edmonton        10°C
Fredericton    Mainly Sunny    15°C
Halifax    Mostly Cloudy    16°C
Iqaluit    Sunny    -17°C
Montréal    Mostly Cloudy    12°C
Ottawa (Kanata - Orléans)    Mostly Cloudy    12°C
Prince George    Sunny    0°C
Québec    Mostly Cloudy    10°C
Regina    Partly Cloudy    10°C
Saskatoon    Mostly Cloudy    7°C
St. John's    Mainly Sunny    10°C
Thunder Bay    Partly Cloudy    7°C
Toronto    Mostly Cloudy    14°C
Vancouver    Mostly Cloudy    12°C
Victoria    Partly Cloudy    12°C
Whitehorse    Partly Cloudy    6°C
Winnipeg    Mostly Cloudy    12°C
Yellowknife    Partly Cloudy    8°C


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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #129 on: May 08, 2018, 12:48:34 AM »
May 7, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 12.6 °C Toronto Downtown
Cold spot in Ontario: 0.5 °C Earlton Airport; Moosonee
Hot spot in Canada: 18.7 °C Tide Lake, AB
Cold spot in Canada: -23.2 °C Clyde River, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #130 on: May 09, 2018, 12:41:07 AM »
May 8, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 15.1 °C Collingwood
Cold spot in Ontario: -6.5 °C Fort Severn Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 15.1 °C Collingwood, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -23.6 °C Eureka, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #131 on: May 10, 2018, 12:44:42 AM »
May 9, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 16.3 °C Uxbridge
Cold spot in Ontario: 1.6 °C Peawanuck; Peawanuck Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 16.3 °C Uxbridge, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -23.6 °C Kugaaruk Airport, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #132 on: May 11, 2018, 12:55:53 AM »
Forecast
London, ON (Issued: Thursday May 10, 2018 at 05:00 EDT)


Today
    Mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers early this morning. Clearing this afternoon. Wind southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming northwest 30 gusting to 50 this afternoon. High 18. UV index 6 or high.
Tonight
    A few clouds. Wind northwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming light after midnight. Low plus 2.
Friday
    Mainly sunny. Increasing cloudiness late in the morning then 60 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. High 13.
Friday night
    Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low plus 5.
Saturday
    Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 15.
Saturday night
    Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low 7.
Sunday
    Cloudy with 40 percent chance of showers. High 16.
Sunday night
    Cloudy periods. Low 9.
Monday
    A mix of sun and cloud. High 22.
Monday night
    Cloudy periods. Low 9.
Tuesday
    A mix of sun and cloud. High 22.
Tuesday night
    Cloudy periods. Low 9.
Wednesday
    A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers. High 23.


        Averages and extremes
Highest temperature(1941-2002)    28.3 °C    1953
Lowest temperature(1941-2002)    -5.0 °C    1947
Average high    17.9 °C     
Average low    5.9 °C     
Average    11.9 °C     
Greatest rainfall(1941-2002)    29.6 mm    1995
Greatest snowfall(1941-2002)    0.5 cm    1945
Greatest precipitation(1941-2002)    29.6 mm    1995
Most snow on the ground(1955-2002)    0.0 cm    1955
Monthly frequency of precipitation    41.0 %   

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #133 on: May 12, 2018, 12:49:17 AM »
May 11, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 7.5 °C Hamilton
Cold spot in Ontario: -7.3 °C Armstrong
Hot spot in Canada: 14.4 °C Ingonish Beach, NS
Cold spot in Canada: -25.4 °C Eureka, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #134 on: May 13, 2018, 01:13:06 AM »
May 12, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Newfoundland and Labrador: 5.7 °C42.3 °F Terra Nova National Park
Cold spot in Newfoundland and Labrador: -10.8 °C12.6 °F Saglek
Hot spot in Canada: 16.5 °C61.7 °F Fort Vermilion, AB
Cold spot in Canada: -22.6 °C-8.7 °F Eureka, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #135 on: May 14, 2018, 01:14:15 AM »
May 13, 2018 8:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in New Brunswick: 14.1 °C Saint John Airport
Cold spot in New Brunswick: 5.9 °C Miscou Island
Hot spot in Canada: 16.5 °C Deschambault, QC
Cold spot in Canada: -22.8 °C Eureka, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #136 on: May 15, 2018, 06:33:11 AM »
May 14, 2018 2:00 pm

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Alberta: 26.0 °C Drumheller
Cold spot in Alberta: -1.2 °C Egg Island
Hot spot in Canada: 26.4 °C Garrison Petawawa, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -15.6 °C Lupin, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #137 on: May 16, 2018, 01:22:03 AM »
May 15, 2018 9:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Quebec: 18.0 °C Beauceville
Cold spot in Quebec: -14.8 °C Pingualuit (Parc national)
Hot spot in Canada: 19.9 °C6 Spiritwood, SK
Cold spot in Canada: -20.8 °C Lupin, NU

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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #138 on: May 17, 2018, 01:11:11 AM »
London (Komoka), Ontario Canada

Observed at: London Int'l Airport (Ontario, Canada)
Date: Wednesday May 16, 2018 at 08:00 EDT

Partly Cloudy     
Temp.: 12.3 °C
Wind: ENE 11 km/h
Humidity: 71 %
Dew point: 7.2 °C
Pressure: 101.8 kPa
Tendency: rising
Visibility: 24.1 km     
Sunrise: 06:01
Sunset: 20:42

Normals:
Max 20°C Min 8°C

Yesterday
  Max: 21.8 °C
  Min: 10.2 °C
  Rainfall: 14.1 mm
   

Averages and extremes May 16
Highest temperature(1941-2002)    31.1 °C    1962
Lowest temperature(1941-2002)    -2.2 °C    1959
Average high    19.2 °C     
Average low    7.0 °C     
Average    13.1 °C     
Greatest rainfall(1941-2002)    27.7 mm    1946
Greatest snowfall(1941-2002)    0.3 cm    1956
Greatest precipitation(1941-2002)    27.7 mm    1946
Most snow on the ground(1955-2002)    0.0 cm    1955
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Re: Weather in Canada 2018
« Reply #139 on: May 18, 2018, 01:31:23 AM »
May 17, 2018 9:00 am

This hour's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Alberta: 11.9 °C Etzicom
Cold spot in Alberta: -1.3 °C Fort Chipewyan
Hot spot in Canada: 19.9 °C Hamilton Munro Int'l Airport, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -15.7 °C Hanbury River, NT


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