Records Broken in Manitoba

Posted by on Monday, October 12, 2015

It has been unseasonably mild over much of Manitoba on the weekend. So mid in fact that numerous record daytime high temperatures were recorded on Sunday.

A mild southerly flow brought the pleasant summer-like temperatures into the province. However strong winds brought temperatures down on Thanksgiving.

Here are new record high temperatures set on Sunday, October 11, 2015 from Environment Canada.

Dauphin
New record of 25.9
Old record of 24.4 set in 1911
Records started in 1903

Fisher Branch
New record of 24.7
Old record of 23.7 set in 2010
Records started in 1977

Gimli
New record of 22.5
Old record of 22.2 set in 1955
Records started in 1944

Gretna
New record of 26.1
Old record of 25.5 set in 2010
Records started in 1955

Island Lake
New record of 21.0
Old record of 18 set in 2000
Records started in 1971

Pilot Mound
New record of 28.4
Old record of 26.7 set in 1943
Records started in 1938

Pinawa
New record of 24.8
Old record of 23.3 set in 2010
Records started in 1964

Near-record high temperatures

Brandon
Near-record of 24.0
Record of 25.6 set in 1934
Records started in 1890

Melita
Near-record of 22.7
Record of 23.2 set in 2010
Records started in 1993

Norway House
Near-record of 23.0
Record of 23.3 set in 1934
Records started in 1884

Sprague
Near-record of 28.3
Record of 29.4 set in 1943
Records started in 1915



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