Warm Weather Records set throughout Northern Ontario yesterday

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We have had some extremely nice weather over the past few days – rather unseasonal some have remarked. Last night Environment Canada confirmed that opinion. They released temperatures records that showed that much of Northern Ontario experienced record breaking temperatures 10 to 20 degrees above average for early November. Yesterday records were set in:

Kenora – New record of 14.8
Old record of 13.5 set in 2010
Records began in 1938

Sioux Lookout – New record of 16.8
Old record of 13.9 set in 1975
Records began in 1938

Red Lake – New record of 13.9
Old record of 11.9 set in 1981
Records began in 1930

Dryden – New record of 15.9
Old record of 14.0 set in 1981
Records began in 1914

Big Trout Lake – New record of 10.4
Old record of 8.9 set in 1964
Records began in 1939

Thunder Bay – New record of 18.4
Old record of 17.8 set in 1964
Records began in 1941

Geraldton – New record of 16.4
Old record of 13.9 set in 1975
Records began in 1948

Moosonee – New record of 20.1
Old record of 17.8 set in 1975
Records began in 1877
The 20.1 set there today is also a record for all of November.

Kapuskasing – New record of 18.5
Old record of 16.1 set in 1975
Records began in 1937

Timmins – New record of 18.6
Old record of 15.6 set in 1975
Records began in 1955

Chapleau – New record of 17.1
Old record of 15.6 set in 1956
Records began in 1913

Sault Ste. Marie – New record of 18.0
Old record of 13.9 set in 1945
Records began in 1945

Sudbury – New record of 16.6
Old record of 15.0 set in 2008
Records began in 1954

Wawa was warm as well with a recorded temperature of  16.1 at the airport, and WawaWeather.net recording 16.6 (Michipicoten River Village ‘Mission’). From historical records Wawa, on November 7th, 2008 the temperature was recorded at 13.2. In 2005 there was 15 centimetres of snow on the ground.

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