Ontario – “Mid-winter-like night” shatters 97-year-old record low

Busts records set in 1940, 1933, 1926, even as far back as 1920.

“Another bone chilling mid-winter-like night and morning” for Southern and Northeastern Ontario, says Environment Canada.

Record low temperatures for 11 November 2017.

Windsor Airport -6.3 C (20.7 F)
Old Record of -5.0 C (23.0 F) set in 1940

Sarnia -12.3 (9.9 F)
Old Record of -8.3 C (17.1 F) set in 1926

Kitchener -13.7 C (7.3 F)
Old Record of -9.4 C (15.1 F) set in 1926

Elora -14.6 (5.7 F)
Old Record of -10.6 (12.9 F) set in 1920

Wiarton -9.4 C (15.1 F)
Tied the record of -9.4 set in 1976

Hamilton -9.7 C (14.5 F)
Old Record of -8.3 C (17.1 F) set in 1926

Vineland -7.5 C (18.5 F)
Old Record of -5.6 C (21.9 F) set in 1926

Buttonville Airport -10.1 C (13.8 F)
Old Record of -7.8 C (18.0 F) set in 1987

Oshawa -10.4 C (13.3 F)
Old Record of -7.2 C (19.0 F) set in 1976

Cobourg -8.4 C (16.9 F)
Old Record of -7.2 C (19.0 F) set in 1976

Peterborough -13.6 C (7.5 F)
Old Record of -13.3 C (8.1 F) set in 2004

Trenton -11.3 C (11.7 F)
Old Record of -9.4 C (15.1 F) set in 1976

Kingston Airport -10.2 C (13.6 F)
Old Record of -8.3 C (17.1 F) set in 1976

Ottawa Airport -11.8 C (10.8 F)
Old Record of -10.6 C (12.9 F) set in 1976

Barrie -15.3 C (4.5 F)
Old Record of -12.8 C (9.0 F) set in 1957

Algonquin Park -16.6 C (2.1 F)
Old Record of -15.6 C (3.9 F) set in 1933

North Bay -14.5 C (5.9 F)
Old Record of -13.9 C (7.0 F) set in 1976

Sudbury -13.3 C (8.1 F)
Old Record of -12.8 C (9.0 F) set in 1985

Locations listed below reported minimum temperatures approaching the record low for November 11.

Ridgetown -10.5 C (13.1 F)
Close to record of -11.7 C (10.9 F) set way back in 1892

Toronto Pearson Airport -8.2 C (17.2 F)
Close to record of -8.3 C (17.1 F) set in 1937

Toronto City -6.2 C (20.8 F)
Close to record of -7.2 C (19.0 F) set way back in 1898

Brockville -11.6 C (11.1 F)
Close to record of -12.8 C (9.0 F) set in 1933

Kemptville -11.9 C (10.6 F)
Close to record of -12.8 C (9.0 F) set in 1976

Earlton -16.9 C (1.6 F)
Close to record of -17.7 C (0.1 F) set in 1979

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

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for this link



1 thought on “Ontario – “Mid-winter-like night” shatters 97-year-old record low

  1. Temperature difference doesn’t look right – How can 10 Celsius equal only a little over a degree in Fahrenheit? “Toronto City -6.2 C (20.8 F)
    Close to record of -7.2 C (19.0 F) set way back in 1898”

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