Several Temperature Records Smashed Across the Prairies

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Thursday, June 21, 2018
Landscape Photo of Pathway Between Green Leaf Trees

The heat continues across western Canada with several temperature records broken again on Wednesday.

Alberta

Cold Lake 
New record of 29.9 
Old record of 28.9 set in 1956 
Records started in 1952 

Fort Chipewyan 
New record of 32.8 
Old record of 31.1 set in 1919 
Records started in 1883 

Grande Prairie 
New record of 31.7 
Old record of 31.1 set in 1950 
Records started in 1922 

High Level 
New record of 33.5 
Old record of 28.9 set in 2001 
Records started in 1962 

Jasper Warden 
New record of 32.7 
Old record of 30.0 set in 1919 
Records started in 1916 

British Columbia

Abbotsford Area 
New record 31.2 
Old record 29.5 set in 2004 
Records began in 1944 

Agassiz Area 
New record 31.1 (tied) 
Old record 31.1 set in 1927 
Records began in 1889 

Burns Lake Area 
New record 31.2 
Old record 29.4 set in 1967 
Records began in 1949 

Dawson Creek Area 
New record 31.6 
Old record 30.4 set in 1982 
Records began in 1926 

Fort Nelson Area 
New record 33.4 
Old record 30.0 set in 2016 
Records began in 1937 

Fort St. John Area 
New record 31.5 
Old record 30.0 set in 1950 
Records began in 1910 

Gibsons Area 
New record 28.5 
Old record 26.0 set in 2004 
Records began in 1949 

Hope Area 
New record 30.9 
Old record 30.6 set in 1970 
Records began in 1936 

Kamloops Area 
New record 36.7 
Old record 36.1 set in 1970 
Records began in 1890 

Kootenay National Park Area 
New record 32.0 
Old Record 31.1 set in 1970 
Records began in 1968 

Mackenzie Area 
New record 32.0 
Old record 30.9 set in 2004 
Records began in 1971 

Pitt Meadows Area 
New record 32.2 
Old record 30.0 set in 1918 
Records began in 1874 

Prince George Area 
New record 30.9 
Old record 30.6 set in 1927 
Records began in 1912 

Sechelt Area 
New record 28.5 
Old record 25.0 set in 1982 
Records began in 1956 

Squamish Area 
New record 29.7 
Old record 29.3 set in 1982 
Records began in 1960 

Yoho National Park Area 
New record 28.4 
Old record 26.1 set in 1925 
Records began in 1923

Manitoba

Lynn Lake
New record of 32.9 
Old record of 29.4 set in 1987 
Records started in 1952 

Thompson
New record of 30.7 
Old record of 30.1 set in 1995 
Records started in 1966 

Northwest Territories

Fort Smith 
New record of 31.9 
Old record of 31.1 set in 1919 
Records started in 1913 

Yellowknife 
New record of 29.9 
Old record of 26.7 set in 1960 
Records started in 1942

Saskatchewan

Collins Bay 
New record of 29.9 
Old record of 27.6 set in 1987 
Records started in 1972 

Key Lake 
New record of 33.3 
Old record of 30.0 set in 1987 
Records started in 1976 

La Ronge 
New record of 31.4 
Old record of 30.9 set in 1987 
Records started in 1923 

Meadow Lake 
New record of 30.1 
Old record of 29.1 set in 1987 
Records started in 1959 

Stony Rapids 
New record of 30.9 
Old record of 29.8 set in 2014 
Records started in 1960 

Based on EC Data 



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