Record low temps across Ontario

“Bone chilling temperatures across the province,” says Environment Canada. Record low temps from Sault St. Marie to Sudbury to Toronto.

 

 

ONTARIO

“An early taste of mid winter,” says Environment Canada.

An arctic air mass has delivered bone chilling temperatures across the province. It is interesting to note that temperatures in the low to mid twenties occurred quite regularly at many of these localities as recently as 4 weeks ago.

Quite a few new record low temperatures for November 10.

Location With New Record and Previous Record Low.

Pickle Lake -24.8 C (-12.6 F)
Old record of -23.0 C (-9.4 F) set in 1979

Lansdowne House -23.8 C (-10.8 F)
Tied old record of -23.1 C (-9.6 F) set in 1979

Sioux Lookout -26.0 C (-14.8 F)
Old record of -20.9 C (-5.6 F) set in 1980

Fort Frances -26.8 C (-16.2 F)
Old record of -19.5 C (-3.1 F) set in 1980

Upsala -28.4 C (-19.1 F)
Old record of -25.5 C (-13.9 F) set in 1979

Geraldton Airport -24.6 C (-12.3 F)
Old record of -20.2 C (-4.4 F) set in 1985

Earlton Airport -18.3 C (-0.9 F)
Old record of -16.1 C (3.0 F) set in 1993

Sault Ste. Marie Airport -19.0 C (-2.2 F)
Old record of -10.0 C (14.0 F) set in 1985

Sudbury -18.5 C (-1.3 F)
Old record of -15.0 C (5.0 F) set in 1995

North Bay -17.6 C (0.3 F)
Old record of -14.4 C (6.1 F) set in 1976

Muskoka -15.1 C (4.8 F)
Old record of -13.9 C (7.0 F) set in 1976

Pembroke -13.7 C (7.3 F)
Old record of -12.2 C (10.0 F) set in 1965

Ottawa Airport -11.3 C (11.7 F)
Old record of -6.3 C (20.7 F) set in 1938

Ottawa City -10.9 C (12.4 F)
Old record of -7.8 C (18.0 F) set in 1901

Kemptville -11.5 C (11.3 F)
Old record of -10.6 C (12.9 F) set in 1956

Brockville -10.0 C (14 F)
Old record of -8.9 C (16.0 F) set in 1965

Kingston -9.4 C (15.1 F)
Old record of -7.2 C (19.0 F) set in 1973

Trenton -9.8 C (-14.4 F)
Old record of -7.9 C (17.8 F) set in 1991

Cobourg -9.9 C (14.2 F)
Old record of -6.7 C (19.9 F) set in 1973

Oshawa -11.6 C (11.1 F)
Old record of -6.7 C (19.9 F) set in 1956

Buttonville Airport -11.5 C (11.3 F)
Old record of -8.5 C (16.7 F) set in 1991

Toronto City -9.3 C (15.3 F)
Old record of -8.9 C (16.0 F) set way back in 1844

Toronto Pearson Airport -10.1 C (13.8 F)
Old record of -8.9 C (16.0 F) set in 1973

Wiarton -11.5 C (11.3 F)
Old record of -5.6 C (21.9 F) set in 1956

Kitchener -11.8 C (10.8 F)
Old record of -9.3 C (15.3 F) set in 1991

Hamilton -9.6 C (14.7 F)
Old record of -7.8 C (18.0 F) set in 1973

Welland -7.5 C (18.5 F)
Old record of -7.0 C (19.4 F) set in 1981

London Airport -9.1 C (15.6 F)
Old record of -7.8 C (18.0 F) set in 1973

Windsor Airport -7.0 C (19.4 F) estimated
Old record of -5.0 C (23.0 F) set in 1957

Locations listed below reported minimum temperatures approaching the record low for November 10.

Kenora -16.7 C (1.9 F)
Close to record of -17.8 C (0.0 F) set in 1945

Dryden Airport -19.5 C (-3.1 F)
Close to record of -20.4 C (-4.7 F) set in 1980

Thunder Bay -18.7 C (-1.7 F)
Close to record of -18.9 C (-2.0 F) set in 1957

Kapuskasing Airport -19.6 C (-3.3 F)
Close to record of -20.7 C (-5.3 F) set in 1985

Timmins -20.1 C (-4.2 F)
Close to record of -21.1 C (-6.0 F) set in 1936

NEW BRUNSWICK

The following station set a daily minimum temperature record on November 9, 2017:

Bathurst
New record of -9.7 C (14.5 F)
Old record of -9.5 C (14.9 F) set in 1984
Records in this area have been kept since 1872

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

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for this link


4 thoughts on “Record low temps across Ontario

  1. When you shatter cold records by 16 degrees F, like in Sault Ste. Marie, that’s a strong sign of climatic cooling.

    Don’t see that happening with the record highs in summer. The record lows are far more dramatic.

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