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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 6:22 PM
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First day of Fall means it's a great time for the Great Canadian Average Highs and Lows for today:

HIGHS

Windsor 21.4
Kamloops 20.5
Castlegar 19.9
Toronto 19.7
Victoria 18.6
Ottawa 18.2
Montreal 18.1
Vancouver 17.8
Halifax 17.6
Moncton 17.5
Regina 17.2
Winnipeg 17.0
Calgary 16.4
Edmonton 15
St. John's 14.8
Whitehorse 10.7
Yellowknife 8.4
Iqaluit 3.3

LOWS

Windsor 11.2
Vancouver 9.7
Toronto 8.5
Halifax 8.1
Montreal 7.9
Victoria/Ottawa 7.8
Kamloops 7.3
St. John's 6.8
Castlegar 6.1
Moncton 5.9
Winnipeg 4.6
Edmonton 4
Regina 3.1
Calgary 2.8
Yellowknife 2.3
Whitehorse 1.1
Iqaluit -1.6
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 6:59 PM
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Sunny here so I am taking advantage getting my dose of vit D. Nothing beats lying lazily on the grass face under a blanket checking the stockcharts.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 7:17 PM
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Just happened to see a Halifax almanac chart posted today (they use Shearwater airport instead of YHZ since it's obviously more representative) and what a difference. I expected the lows to be significantly cooler but not the highs.


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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 7:37 PM
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Looks like the Halifax area has been experiencing near record cold lately too.

I had a look at the historical Halifax Dockyard climate data and the high/low for September there is 19.8/13.7. They hit 6.0 for a low yesterday which is probably not too far off some kind of record, as the high today may be depending on how it's computed.

The high/lows get a bit odd with systems like Teddy which can have a more powerful effect (pulling down cold are or pulling up warm air depending on where it is) than daytime heating does. The temperature was only 11 this afternoon then is heading up to 16 by 3 am.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 8:21 PM
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It was a beautiful weekend, got to spend it showing my buds from Montreal around the city. We had a wild time, even finally had a bonfire at the community fire pit on St. Patrick's Island Park downtown at like 2 am... barely remember Was 20 - 22 for the weekend.

Currently 16 as of 2 pm.



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Rain spreading across the Maritimes now, looks like the storm is on. Teddy has gotten huge! Extra-tropical transition is likely near complete, the storm looks more like a nor-easter than a hurricane now.

Gonna keep my predictions on "landfall" and max wind gusts. Lets see if I'm right.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 8:44 PM
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Looks like the Halifax area has been experiencing near record cold lately too.

I had a look at the historical Halifax Dockyard climate data and the high/low for September there is 19.8/13.7. They hit 6.0 for a low yesterday which is probably not too far off some kind of record, as the high today may be depending on how it's computed.

The high/lows get a bit odd with systems like Teddy which can have a more powerful effect (pulling down cold are or pulling up warm air depending on where it is) than daytime heating does. The temperature was only 11 this afternoon then is heading up to 16 by 3 am.
No temperature records have been set this month for Halifax, St. John's, Montreal, Ottawa, Windsor or Toronto. Record lows have been set in Sarnia, London, Hamilton, Borden, Timmins and Moncton.

I just checked a few locations of people who post on here, I'm sure many other places set records too.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 8:52 PM
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No temperature records have been set this month for Halifax, St. John's, Montreal, Ottawa, Windsor or Toronto. Record lows have been set in Sarnia, London, Hamilton, Borden, Timmins and Moncton.
Yeah although the minimum high at Shearwater is 11.1 and the temperature there hovered around 10 degrees this afternoon. So probably about the coldest conditions around this date that you'd expect to see.
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Yeah although the minimum high at Shearwater is 11.1 and the temperature there hovered around 10 degrees this afternoon. So probably about the coldest conditions around this date that you'd expect to see.
It's certainly been abnormally cold everywhere east of Manitoba
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A last nice sunny day in the low 20s. Then the first storms of the season. Kind of excited, tbh.
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We've been having heavy bands of tropical rain passing through Moncton for the last several hours now, and Teddy is still about 450 km away from us. The storm is really spreading out as it transitions to post tropical. Current winds are 45 km/hr steady, gusting to 55. By later this evening gusts will be up to 70 km/hr.

Landfall appears to be around Sheet Harbour still, probably around 8 AM tomorrow.
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23C + sun at 2pm beauty day.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2020, 10:24 PM
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25C at 3pm.
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Sunshine and 24C today. I will take it! Finally an above normal day.
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The next two months are expected to see above average temperatures in SOntario.
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First day of fall and we got up to a very warm 29c !
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First day of fall and we got up to a very warm 29c !
You guys hit 30C
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Old Posted Sep 23, 2020, 3:40 AM
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18C and sunny! Some average weather at last this afternoon (because the morning was not decent at all).

Low of 3C this morning. Very unpleasant. I am ashamed of these lows at this time of the year.

The warmspot was Carman, MB at 31.3C. Congrats to Manitoba. Any 30C now could be the last of the year.
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