British Columbia breaks many cold records as far back as 1914

Back when Woodrow Wilson was president of the U.S, and Robert Borden was Canada’s prime minister. Also, see updated snowfall amounts for Alberta.

Weather summary by Environment Canada
3 Nov 2017 – Many new record low maximum temperatures set in southern BC.

ABBOTSFORD AREA
NEW RECORD 1.8 C (35.2 F)
OLD RECORD 6.5 C (43.7 F) SET IN 1990
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1944

AGASSIZ AREA
NEW RECORD 0.9 C (33.6 F)
OLD RECORD 5.5 C (41.9 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1889

BLUE RIVER AREA
NEW RECORD -2.0 C (28.4 F)
OLD RECORD -1.7 C (28.9 F) SET IN 1961
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1946

CACHE CREEK AREA
NEW RECORD -3.2 C (26.2 F)
OLD RECORD -1.1 C (30.0 F) SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1912

CAMPBELL RIVER AREA
NEW RECORD 4.0 C (39.2 F)
OLD RECORD 4.6 C (40.3 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1958

CHILLIWACK AREA
NEW RECORD 0.9 C (33.6 F)
OLD RECORD 4.4 C (39.9 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1881

CLEARWATER AREA
NEW RECORD -3.9 C (25.0 F)
OLD RECORD -1.1 C (30.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1913

CLINTON AREA
NEW RECORD -11.3 C (11.7 F)
OLD RECORD -6.7 (19.9 F) SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1973

COMOX AREA
NEW RECORD 4.0 C (39.2 F)
OLD RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1914

HOPE AREA
NEW RECORD -0.4 C (31.3 F)
OLD RECORD 4.5 C (40.1 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1936

KAMLOOPS AREA
NEW RECORD -4.7 C (23.5 F)
OLD RECORD -2.2 C (28.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1890

KELOWNA AREA
NEW RECORD -4.2 C (24.4 F)
OLD RECORD 1.0 C (33.8 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1899

LILLOOET AREA
NEW RECORD -3.2 C (26.2 F)
OLD RECORD -1.1 C (30.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1881

LYTTON AREA
NEW RECORD -2.7 C (27.1 F)
OLD RECORD 0.0 C (32.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1921

MERRITT AREA
NEW RECORD -5.9 C (21.4 F)
OLD RECORD -3.9 C (25.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1918

NANAIMO AREA
NEW RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F)
OLD RECORD 5.6 C (42.1 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1892

OSOYOOS AREA
NEW RECORD 0.6 C (33.1 F)
OLD RECORD 4.0 C (39.2 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1954

PENTICTON AREA
NEW RECORD -2.2 C (28.0 F)
OLD RECORD 1.1 C (34.0 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1907

PITT MEADOWS AREA
NEW RECORD 4.8 C (40.6 F)
OLD RECORD 6.1 C (43.0 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1874

PORT HARDY AREA
NEW RECORD 3.9 C (39.0 F)
OLD RECORD 4.4 C (39.9 F) SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1944

POWELL RIVER AREA
NEW RECORD 4.3 C (39.7 F)
OLD RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1924

PRINCETON AREA
NEW RECORD -7.0 C (19.4 F)
OLD RECORD -1.7 C (28.9 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1893

REVELSTOKE AREA
NEW RECORD 0.0 C (32.0 F)
OLD RECORD 0.6 C (33.1 F) SET IN 1961
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1898

SALMON ARM AREA
NEW RECORD -2.7 C (27.1 F)
OLD RECORD 0.6 C (33.1 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1893

SECHELT AREA
NEW RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F)
OLD RECORD 6.0 C (42.8 F) SET IN 2003
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1956

SPARWOOD AREA
NEW RECORD -8.0 C (17.6 F)
OLD RECORD -5.0 C (23.0 F) SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1969

SQUAMISH AREA
NEW RECORD 3.4 C (38.1 F)
OLD RECORD 4.0 C (39.2 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1960

SUMMERLAND AREA
NEW RECORD -4.0 C (-24.8 F)
OLD RECORD 0.6 C (33.1 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1907

VANCOUVER AREA
NEW RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F)
OLD RECORD 6.7 C (44.1 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1896

VERNON AREA
NEW RECORD -5.1 C (22.8 F)
OLD RECORD -2.2 C (28.0 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1900

VICTORIA HARTLAND AND UNIVERSITY
NEW RECORD 4.4 C (39.9 F)
OLD RECORD 5.0 C (41.0 F) SET IN 1919
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1874
AIRPORT DID NOT SET A RECORD

WHISTLER AREA
NEW RECORD -4.0 C (24.8 F)
OLD RECORD -0.3 C (31.5 F) SET IN 1994
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1950

WHITE ROCK AREA
NEW RECORD 2.8 C (37.0 F)
OLD RECORD 6.7 C (44.1 F) SET IN 1935
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1929

YOHO NATION PARK AREA
NEW RECORD -11.1 C (12.0 F)
OLD RECORD -9.6 C (14.7 F) SET IN 2003
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1923

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ALBERTA

Total snowfall accumulations (in centimetres) received by Environment Canada as of 5 pm MDT on
November 3, 2017:

Waterton Area: 40-50 (15.7″ to 19.8″)
Cardston: 44 (17.3″)
Coleman: 39 (15.4″)
Lethbridge: 39 (15.4″)
Kananaskis: 31 (12.2″)
Medicine Hat: 26 (10.2″)
Brooks: 20 (7.9″)
Drumheller: 20 (7.9″)
Bragg Creek: 18 (7.1″)
Mossleigh: 18 (7.1″)

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for this link



3 thoughts on “British Columbia breaks many cold records as far back as 1914

  1. Blizzard warning, including a harsh wind chill, for the Rankin region of Nunavut.

    Warnings
    8:07 PM CST Monday 06 November 2017
    Blizzard warning in effect for:

    Rankin Region including Whale Cove

    Blizzard conditions continue in Rankin Inlet but have eased at Whale Cove. Northwest winds of 50 gusting to 70 km/h (31.1 to 43.5 mph) are bringing near zero visibilities at times in blowing snow as well as wind chills values near -36 C (-32.8 F). The blizzard is forecast to end late this evening.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu1#202650466560044848201711050501ww1373cwnt

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html

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