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Highest Temperature : 47.4°C (117.4°F) Mossbank, Saskatchewan & Stirling, Alberta.Date unknown. Second highest temperature : 45°C Midale and Yellowgrass, Saskatchewan, July 5, 1937. Lowest Temperature :-65.9°C (-86.6°F) Old Crow, Yukon Territory. Date Unknown. Coldest month : - 47.9°C Eureka, North West Territories, February 1979.

Fastest rising temperature

12 hours: 83°F, Granville, ND, Feb. 21, 1918, from -33°F to 50°F. 15 minutes: 42°F, Fort Assiniboine, MT, Jan. 19, 1892, from -5°F to 37°F. 7 minutes: 34°F, Kipp, MT, Dec. 1, 1896. 2 minutes: 49°F, Spearfish, SD, Jan. 22, 1943, from -4°F to 45°F.


Greatest Rainfall in 24 hours : 490 mm (19 in.) Ucluelet Brynnor Mines, British Columbia. Greatest precipitation in one year : 9,479 mm, Henderson Lake, British Columbia, 1997. Greatest Snowfall in one season : 2,446.5 cm (964 in.), 1971-72, Revelstoke, British Columbia. Strongest wind : 201.1 km/h, Cape Hopes, Quebec, November 18, 1931.
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