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Glacier
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:00 am

Canada Goose wrote:Yeah, I know these links, of course. 8-)
But it's difficult to find low highs et high lows for each month. So, I was wondering if you know these data. ;)
Because you know a loooot of statistics! Thanks.

Oh, you mean month by month since 1937?

Okay, which month do you want me to start with? How about January?

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EDIT: Here is January and February on the same graph...

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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Tue Apr 11, 2017 8:59 pm

Glacier wrote:Oh, you mean month by month since 1937?

No, I mean highest low and lowest high for and each month of the year.
For example, lowest high in January should be -11,1 °C on January 13th, 1950. I would like to have the same data for each month of the year (not each year) and highest lows as well.
I'm sorry if this is not clear but I have to practice my English. :oops:
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:54 am

Oh, that makes sense. My house just flooded so don't have time to look it up right now, but from memory, Kelowna, BC, set the all time record for lowest high on December 30th, 1968 at -25C.

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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Monty67 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 12:15 am

Glacier wrote:Oh, that makes sense. My house just flooded so don't have time to look it up right now, but from memory, Kelowna, BC, set the all time record for lowest high on December 30th, 1968 at -25C.

Jeezus. That sucks. Hope it's not too bad. Rain or plumbing at fault?
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Thu Apr 13, 2017 11:06 am

Monty67 wrote:Jeezus. That sucks. Hope it's not too bad. Rain or plumbing at fault?

A copper elbow came apart right where the water comes into my house, so I had to phone the city to get my water turned off. I made an insurance claim a year ago with a similar flood when a copper tee came apart in another area of the house, but this time the damage is limited enough that I think I can fix it without going through insurance (I do have to re-tile my bathtub/shower though). The water is really hard here, and plumbers tell me that the calcium eats copper up pretty quick.

EDIT: Vancouver only made it up to -11.1C on December 29th, 1968!

This ties the January , 13th, 1950, record.


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