Several High Temperature Records Broken in Alberta, British Columbia and Northern Canada

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Saturday, March 23, 2019
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It has been warm in Alberta, British Columbia and Northern Canada.

Several high temperature records were broken.

On Thursday numerous locations in Alberta set new records.
BANFF 
New record of 18.0 
Old record of 16.7 set in 1960 
Records started in 1887 

COLD LAKE 
New record of 12.8 
Old record of 11.9 set in 1992 
Records started in 1952 

FORT MCMURRAY 
New record of 15.7 
Old record of 15.0 set in 1939 
Records started in 1908 

JASPER 
New record of 19.8 
Old record of 17.8 set in 1946 
Records started in 1916

In British Columbia and Yukon a few temperature records were broken on Friday.
Blue River Area 
New record: 18.0 
Old record: 15.4 set in 1999 
Records began in 1946 

Burns Lake Area 
New record: 16.8 
Old record: 16.2 set in 1999 
Records began in 1949 

Chetwynd Area 
New record: 17.6 
Old record: 16.7 set in 1992 
Records began in 1970 

Clinton Area 
New record: 15.8 
Old record: 10.8 set in 2010 
Records began in 1973 

Dease Lake Area 
New record: 10.9 
Old record: 10.5 set in 1999 
Records began in 1944 

Hope Slide Area 
New record: 15.5 
Old record: 14.5 set in 1992 
Records began in 1967 

Mackenzie Area 
New record: 14.8 
Old record: 12.4 set in 1992 
Records began in 1971 

Masset Area 
New record: 13.3 (Tie) 
Old record: 13.3 set in 1906 
Records began in 1897 

Powell River Area 
New record: 16.9 
Old record: 16.7 set in 1968 
Records began in 1924 

Prince Rupert Area 
New record: 18.0 
Old record: 17.8 set in 1915 
Records began in 1893 

Puntzi Mountain Area 
New record: 18.8 
Old record: 12.5 set in 1998 
Records began in 1959 

Sechelt Area 
New record: 15.8 
Old record: 15.0 set in 1981 
Records began in 1956 

Smithers Area 
New record: 15.1 
Old record: 13.7 set in 1992 
Records began in 1938 

Sparwood Area 
New record: 19.8 
Old record: 19.5 set in 1999 
Records began in 1969 

Tatlayoko Lake Area 
New record: 17.2 
Old record: 15.5 set in 1992 
Records began in 1930 

Terrace Area 
New record: 17.4 
Old record: 14.9 set in 1998 
Records began in 1912 

Tetsa River Provincial Park 
New record: 12.4 
Old record: 10.0 set in 1999 
Records began in 1982 

Yoho National Park 
New record: 14.5 
Old record: 13.1 set in 1999 
Records began in 1923 

Beaver Creek Area 
New record: 10.1 
Old record: 7.5 set in 1982 
Records began in 1968 

Burwash Landing Area 
New record: 10.6 
Old record: 6.6 set in 1979 
Records began in 1966 

Carcross Area 
New record: 12.3 
Old record: 9.0 set in 1979 
Records began in 1907 

Carmacks Area 
New record: 14.8 
Old record: 11.0 set in 1999 
Records began in 1963 

Dawson Area 
New record: 12.5 
Old record: 10.0 set in 1968 
Records began in 1897 

Faro Area 
New record: 12.4 
Old record: 9.0 set in 1979 
Records began in 1966 

Haines Junction Area 
New record: 10.9 
Old record: 8.9 set in 1965 
Records began in 1944 

Mayo Area 
New record: 13.2 
Old record: 10.0 set in 2006 
Records began in 1924 

Teslin Area 
New record: 10.3 
Old record: 8.3 set in 1968 
Records began in 1943 

Whitehorse Area 
New record: 12.8 
Old record: 7.9 set in 2006 
Records began in 1900

The Northwest Territories saw new records also.
FORT SMITH 
New record of 12.4 
Old record of 12.2 set in 1926 
Records started in 1913 

HAY RIVER 
New record of 12.7 
Old record of 10.4 set in 1992 
Records started in 1893 

NORMAN WELLS 
New record of 6.2 
Old record of 6.0 set in 1982 
Records started in 1943

In Nunavut, one record was broken.
KUGLUKTUK 
New record of -3.0 
Old record of -3.4 set in 2002 
Records started in 1930

Based on ECCC Data



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