Biting Cold Temperatures Smash Records in Alberta and Saskatchewan

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, April 8, 2018

There were record low temperatures across Saskatchewan and Alberta on Saturday morning.

Some places saw temperatures dip well into the minus 20's.

Here are some new record low temperatures that were recorded.

Alberta
Bow island 
New record of -14.1 
Old record of -11 set in 2007 
Records started in 1961 

Calgary olympic park 
New record of -14.4 
Old record of -13.3 set in 1997 
Records started in 1984 

Cochrane 
New record of -14.3 
Old record of -12.7 set in 1997 
Records started in 1984 

Crowsnest pass 
New record of -17.4 
Old record of -15.6 set in 1975 
Records started in 1965 

Elk island 
New record of -18.6 
Old record of -17.0 set in 1997 
Records started in 1966 

Esther 
New record of -19.1 
Old record of -15.9 set in 1997 
Records started in 1985 

Milk river 
New record of -12.9 
Old record of -12.2 set in 1997 
Records started in 1994 

Pincher creek 
New record of -20.1 
Old record of -19.0 set in 1923 
Records started in 1894 

Waterton park 
New record of -22.2 
Old record of -19.4 set in 1975 
Records started in 1967

Saskatchewan
Assiniboia 
New record of -19.4 
Old record of -13.5 set in 1997 
Records started in 1965 

Broadview 
New record of -22.9 
Old record of -20.6 set in 1974 
Records started in 1938 

Coronach 
New record of -21.6 
Old record of -15.0 set in 1974 
Records started in 1961 

Elbow 
New record of -19.1 
Old record of -15.6 set in 1948 
Records started in 1918 

Indian Head 
New record of -24.8 
Old record of -23.3 set in 1936 
Records started in 1883 

Last Mountain Lake 
New record of -25.5 
Old record of -15.4 set in 1997 
Records started in 1975 

Lucky Lake 
New record of -22.7 
Old record of -15.6 set in 2002 
Records started in 1972 

Meadow Lake 
New record of -24.5 
Old record of -19.4 set in 1982 
Records started in 1959 

Melfort 
New record of -22.8 
Old record of -20.6 set in 1948 
Records started in 1910 

Nipawin 
New record of -24.5 
Old record of -23.3 set in 1942 
Records started in 1927 

North Battleford 
New record of -24.2 
Old record of -23.3 set in 1948 
Records started in 1879 

Regina 
New record of -23.9 
Old record of -18.9 set in 1956 
Records started in 1883 

Rockglen 
New record of -18.6 
Old record of -12.7 set in 2007 
Records started in 1970 

Saskatoon 
New record of -22.9 
Old record of -20.0 set in 1954 
Records started in 1900 

Waskesiu Lake 
New record of -20.6 
Old record of -19.4 set in 1974 
Records started in 1966 

Watrous 
New record of -26.2 
Old record of -21.1 set in 156 
Records started in 1953 

Wynyard 
New record of -19.4 
Old record of -17.8 set in 1974 
Records started in 1964



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