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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:06 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 7:16 p.m. PDT Monday 12 March 2018.

Discussion.

A weekend-long ridge of high pressure culminated in a record
breaking Monday with several temperature records falling.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment & Climate Change Canada as of 6pm PDT, Monday March 12,
2018.

1. Summary of record daily maximum temperature in degrees celsius:

* Updated at 7:15pm PDT

Northern BC:

Bella Bella
New record: 17.0
Old record 13.0 set in 2005

Cassiar Area
New record: 7.3
Old record 5.6 set in 1965

Dease Lake
New record: 9.0
Old record 8.3 set in 1965

Masset
New record: 15.0
Old record 13.9 set in 1905

Prince Rupert
New record: 17.5
Old record: 16.7 set in 1937

Southern BC:

Abbotsford Area:
New record: 19.8
Old record: 19.6 set in 1981

Pitt Meadows
New record: 21.3
Old record 19.4 set in 1941

Victoria Airport
New record: 16.8
Old record: 16.7 set in 1965

Victoria Harbour
New record: 16.0
Old record 15.7 set in 2005

White Rock
New record: 21.7
Old record 18.3 set in 1965

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Mar 31, 2018 3:26 pm

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 1:25 p.m. PDT Saturday 31 March 2018.

Discussion.

AN UNSEASONABLY COLD ARCTIC AIRMASS BROUGHT RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES
TO A NUMBER OF LOCALITIES ACROSS THE BC PEACE AND THE CENTRAL
INTERIOR OVERNIGHT. THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS SET NEW RECORD LOW
TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING, SATURDAY MARCH 31, 2018 (TEMPERATURE
VALUES GIVEN IN DEGREES CELSIUS):

DAWSON CREEK
NEW RECORD OF -31.1
OLD RECORD OF -30.0 SET IN 1936

CHETWYND
NEW RECORD OF -29.0
OLD RECORD OF -21.0 SET IN 2014

PRINCE GEORGE
NEW RECORD OF -23.7
OLD RECORD OF -18.9 SET IN 1936

MACKENZIE
NEW RECORD OF -22.0
OLD RECORD OF -19.4 SET IN 2014

BURNS LAKE
NEW RECORD OF -20.9
OLD RECORD OF -19.4 SET IN 1967

WILLIAMS LAKE
NEW RECORD OF -13.7
OLD RECORD OF -12.2 SET IN 1971

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Fri Apr 27, 2018 8:02 am

AWCN11 CWVR

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 6:05 p.m. PDT Thursday 26 April 2018.

Discussion.

April 26th was a very warm day on the B.C. coast. Several new
records high maximums were set for the date:

Abbotsford area
New record 27.6
Old record 25.9 set in 2004
Records began in 1944

Agassiz area
New record 28.6
Old record 28.3 set in 1900
Records began in 1889

Bella Bella area
New record 23.6
Old record 21.0 set in 1995
Records began in 1977

Campbell River area
New record 25.0
Old record 22.6 set in 2004
Records began 1958

Chilliwack area
New record 28.6
Old record 27.8 in 1926
Records began in 1881

Comox area
New record 25.5
Old record 22.8 set in 1926
Records began 1914

Estevan Point
New record 20.4
Old record 17.2 set in 1947
Records began 1908

Gonzalez Point area
New record 24.4
Old record 23.0 set in 2004
Records began 1874

Hope area
New record 29.0
Old record 27.8 set in 1941
Records began 1936

Malahat area
New record 22.9
Old record 22.0 set in 2004
Records began 1986

Nanaimo area
New record 25.0
Old record 24.4 set in 1926
Records began 1892

Port Hardy area
New record 20.3
Old record 19.4 set in 1947
Records began 1944

Powell River area
New record 23.7
Old record 22.2 set in 1971
Records began 1924

Sechelt area
New record 24.4
Old record 19.5 set in 1979
Records began 1956

Squamish area
New record 29.2
Old record 26.5 set in 1987
Records began 1960

Victoria area
New record 24.0
Old record 23.3 set in 1941
Records began 1914

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Sat Apr 28, 2018 10:46 am

AWCN11 CWVR

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 12:44 a.m. PDT Saturday 28 April 2018.

Discussion.

April 27th was another warm day over B.C. Several daily maximum
temperature records were either tied or broken, mostly over interior
communities.

Burns Lake area
New Record 21.9
Old Record 21.7 set in 1979
Records began in 1949

Campbell River area
New Record 24.5
Old Record 24.4 set in 2005
Records began in 1958

Chetwynd area
New Record 25.0
Old Record 20.6 set in 1972
Records began in 1970

Clearwater area
Tied Record 28.0
Old Record 28.0 set in 1987
Records began in 1913

Mackenzie area
New Record 22.7
Old Record 19.3 set in 1983
Records began in 1971

Pemberton area
New Record 29.8
Old Record 28.9 set in 1926
Records began in 1908

Puntzi Mountain area
New Record 25.6
Old Record 23.8 set in 1979
Records began in 1959

Tatlayoko area
New Record 26.2
Old Record 25.0 set in 1979
Records began in 1930

Vernon area
Tied Record 26.5
Old Record 26.5 set in 1980
Records began in 1900

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Mon May 14, 2018 7:31 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 11:26 p.m. PDT Sunday 13 May 2018.

Discussion.

A few record maximum temperatures were set Sunday, May 13th..

Agassiz Area
New Record 31.3
Old Record 31.1 set in 1912
Records began in 1889

Bella Bella Area
New Record 25.5
Old Record 25.3 set in 2016
Records began in 1977

Campbell River Area
New Record 27.5
Old Record 26.1 set in 1973
Records began in 1958

Clinton Area
New Record 25.3
Old Record 24.4 set in 1973
Records began in 1973

Comox Area
New Record 26.6
Old Record 25.6 set in 1925
Records began in 1914

Pemberton Area
New Record 34.0
Old Record 30.6 set in 1924
Records began in 1908

Port Alberni Area
New Record 32.1
Old Record 31.1 set in 1939
Records began in 1900

Powell River Area
New Record 26.1
Old Record 25.6 set in 1959
Records began in 1924

Sechelt Area
New Record 28.1
Old Record 27.2 set in 1959
Record began in 1956

Squamish Area
New Record 29.6
Old Record 28.7 set in 2016
Records began in 1960

Whistler Area
New Record 29.0
Old Record 27.2 set in 1973
Records began in 1950

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Tue May 15, 2018 12:50 pm

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 11:34 p.m. PDT Monday 14 May 2018.

Discussion.

A FEW RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET MONDAY, MAY 14TH..

BLUE RIVER AREA
NEW RECORD 29.6 (TIED)
OLD RECORD 29.6 SET IN 1993
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1946

CLINTON AREA
NEW RECORD 28.1
OLD RECORD 27.2 SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1973

COMOX AREA
NEW RECORD 25.6 (TIED)
OLD RECORD 25.6 SET IN 1949
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1914

KELOWNA AREA
NEW RECORD 30.2
OLD RECORD 30.0 SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1899

MALAHAT AREA
NEW RECORD 26.7
OLD RECORD 25.6 SET IN 1997
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1986MALAHAT AREA

SQUAMISH AREA
NEW RECORD 29.2
OLD RECORD 28.8 SET IN 2016
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1960

WHISTLER AREA
NEW RECORD 31.0
OLD RECORD 28.9 SET IN 1973
RECORDS BEGAN IN 1950

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Wed May 16, 2018 9:18 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 7:47 a.m. PDT Wednesday 16 May 2018.

Discussion.

A few record daily maximum temperatures were set Tuesday, May 15.

Here is a summary of daily maximum temperature records in degrees
Celsius:

Kelowna Area
New record 31.3
Old record 30.6 set in 1973
Records began in 1899

Kitimat Area
New record 25.0 (tied)
Old record 25.0 set in 2011
Records began in 1902

Nakusp Area
New record 28.8
Old record 28.3 set in 2006
Records began in 1912

Powell River Area
New record 26.0
Old record 25.6 set in 1958
Records began in 1946

Vernon Area
New record 30.6
Old record 30.0 set in 1939
Records began in 1900

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Thu May 24, 2018 11:07 am

Okay, nice, but what do they mean by Valemount??? Is there a weather station there??? I can't find one on EC! Valemount hasn't had a weather station in 14 years. Did they just pull this number out of thin air?

AWCN11 CWVR

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 6:11 p.m. PDT Wednesday 23 May 2018.

Discussion.

Discussion.

A ridge of high pressure brought unseasonably warm temperatures to
much of southern British Columbia today.

The following locations set new daily record high temperatures today
(values given in degrees celsius):

Blue River
New record 29.5
Old record of 27.8 set in 1958
Records started in 1946

Chetwynd
New record 28.0
Old record 27.8 set in 2015
Records started in 1970

Clearwater
New record 32.7
Old record 32.2 set in 1941
Records started in 1913

Clinton
New record 26.1
Old record 25.4 set in 2017
Records started in 1973

Golden
New record 31.2
Old record 30.6 set in 1940
Records started in 1902

Malahat
New record 24.4
Old record 24.3 set in 2001
Records started in 1986

Valemount
New record 30.9
Old record 30.6 set in 1934
Records started in 1914

Williams Lake
New record 27.6
Old record 26.7 set in 1969
Records started in 1960

Yoho Park
New record 25.4
Old record 25.0 set in 1929
Records started in 1923

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/PSPC


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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Thu May 24, 2018 11:34 am

Glacier wrote:Okay, nice, but what do they mean by Valemount??? Is there a weather station there??? I can't find one on EC! Valemount hasn't had a weather station in 14 years. Did they just pull this number out of thin air?

You should ask to EC on Twitter. ;)

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Fri May 25, 2018 8:42 am

Canada Goose wrote:You should ask to EC on Twitter. ;)

I asked, and they did not respond. Maybe they don't know the answer either.


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