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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:28 pm

Canada Goose wrote:Thanks a lot for all of these graphs and data! I love to look at this kind of stuffs too.

Cool, here is another one for you:

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source: https://questioningthedata.wordpress.co ... n-history/

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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Apr 01, 2017 8:21 am

Thank you. I'm gonna read your blog as well. :)
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:19 pm

Glacier wrote:Cool, here is another one for you

Hello Glacier,

I'm looking for all monthly high lows and low highs temperatures for Vancouver Airport. Do you have these data in your bag? ;)
Thank you.
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Fri Apr 07, 2017 11:21 am

Month by month or do you mean all-time records for each month?

While I wait for your response here is a stat for you: Wettest months ever recorded in BC:

January: HENDERSON LAKE in 1935 = 1.83m (6.0 feet) of precipitation
2nd place: UCLUELET BRYNNOR MINES in 1968 = 1.64m (5.4ft)

February: HENDERSON LAKE IN 1924 = 1.29m (4.24ft)
2nd place: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 1999 = 1.28m (4.21ft)

March: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 1997 = 1.50m (4.9ft)
2nd place: HENDERSON LAKE IN 1928 = 1.05m (3.5ft)

April: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 1996 = 1.02m (3.3ft)
2nd place: TASU SOUND in 1980 = 0.95m (3.1ft)

May: SWANSON BAY in 1919 = 0.99m (3.2ft)
2nd place: MORESBY ISLAND MITCHELL INLET in 2001 = 0.65m (2.1ft)

June: MORESBY ISLAND MITCHELL INLET in 1996 = 0.63m (2.1ft)
2nd place; SWANSON BAY in 1919 = 0.59m (1.8ft)

July: BOAT BLUFF in 2005 = 0.58m (1.9ft)
2nd place: UCLUELET BRYNNOR MINES in 1964 = 0.54m (1.8ft)

August: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 2001 = 0.91m (3.0ft)
2nd place: SWANSON BAY in 1940 = 0.86m (2.8ft)

September: HENDERSON LAKE in 1933 = 1.06m (3.5ft)
2nd place: HARTLEY BAY in 1992 = 0.96m (3.1ft)

October: UCLUELET BRYNNOR MINES in 1967 = 1.8m (6.0ft)
2nd place: SWANSON BAY in 1917 = 1.5m (5.0ft)

November: SWANSON BAY in 1917 = 2.2m (7.3ft)
2nd place: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 2002 = 1.8m (5.9ft)

December: HENDERSON LAKE in 1923 = 2.0m (6.6ft)
2nd place: MORESBY ISLAND MITCHELL INLET in 1991 = 1.9m (6.3ft)

YEAR: HENDERSON LAKE HATCHERY in 1997 = 9.3m (30.5ft)
2nd place: HENDERSON LAKE in 1931 = 8.1m (26.6ft)
3rd place: HENDERSON LAKE in 1934 = 8.0m (26.2ft)
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Fri Apr 07, 2017 2:44 pm

Glacier wrote:Month by month or do you mean all-time records for each month?

I mean all-time records for each month.
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:21 pm

Canada Goose wrote:
Glacier wrote:Month by month or do you mean all-time records for each month?

I mean all-time records for each month.


January:
Max = 283.6 mm (2006)
Min = 18.3 mm (1949)

February:
Max = 277.1 mm (1961)
Min = 11.4 mm (1993)

March:
Max = 240 mm (1997)
Min = 25.9 mm (1992)

April:
Max = 172.3 mm (1996)
Min = 13 mm (1973)

May:
Max = 144 mm (1988)
Min = 5.2 mm (2015)

June:
Max = 135.8 mm (1981)
Min = 4.6 mm (1951)

July:
Max = 89.6 mm (1997)
Min = 0 mm (2014)

August:
Max = 170 mm (1991)
Min = trace (1986)

September:
Max = 169.4 mm (2004)
Min = 0.3 mm (1975)

October:
Max = 287.5 mm (1975)
Min = 18.3 mm (2002)

November:
Max = 350.8 mm (2006 & 1983)
Min = 33.3 mm (1952)

December:
Max = 300.2 mm (1972)
Min = 53.6 mm (1985)

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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:19 am

Thanks Glacier but I was asking about temperatures (3 messages before). :D
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:28 am

Glacier wrote:July:
Max = 89.6 mm (1997)
Min = 0 mm (2014)

I have 0 mm but in 1951, 1985 and 2013 (not 2014).
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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Glacier » Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:23 pm

Canada Goose wrote:
Glacier wrote:July:
Max = 89.6 mm (1997)
Min = 0 mm (2014)

I have 0 mm but in 1951, 1985 and 2013 (not 2014).

Oops, I meant 2013. 1951 and 1985 had a trace of rain, but 2013 didn't even have a trace. It was big news.

Anyway, sorry, I forgot that you were talking about temperature. Temperature information is found here and here.

Interesting fact: for 7 months at YVR, the record highs were set in the 1980s.

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Re: Graphs and Data

Postby Canada Goose » Sun Apr 09, 2017 6:05 am

Glacier wrote:Temperature information is found here and here

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.
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