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Arctic ridge over Sask. breaks 26 more daily cold weather records​

Rosetown area broke a record set in 1922 with a new low of –38.1 C​

Julia Peterson - CBC News

Posted: February 15, 2021
Last Updated: 6 Hours Ago

After another frigid weekend in Saskatchewan, Environment Canada is reporting a new spate of record daily minimum temperatures.

On Saturday, 17 areas of the province set record lows.

The Rosetown area broke a record that had stood for nearly 100 years — since 1922 — with a new low of –38.1 C. Records keeping in the area started in 1913.

The Nipawin area recorded temperatures of –43.9 C, breaking the previous low for that day of –42.8 C set in 1936. Records in this area have been kept since 1927.

Other records set on Saturday included:

  • Broadview area, –41.4 C.
  • Coronach area, –37.2 C.
  • Elbow area, –40.1 C.
  • Hudson Bay area, –41.9 C.
  • Indian Head area, –41.1 C.
  • Kindersley area, –36.4 C.
  • Last Mountain Lake, –42.5 C.
  • Lucky Lake area, –36.3 C.
  • Meadow Lake area, –37.6 C.
  • Melfort area, –41.7 C.
  • Rockglen area, –32.9 C.
  • Watrous area, –41.5 C.
  • Weyburn area, –38.4 C.
  • Wynyard area, –39.2 C.
  • Yorkton area, –39.2 C.
Nine more daily low temperature records fell on Sunday:

  • Assiniboia area, –34.2.
  • Coronach area, –36.7.
  • Elbow area, –37.5.
  • Kindersley area, –34.4.
  • Lucky Lake area, –33.3.
  • Rockglen area, –32.6.
  • Watrous area, –36.2.
  • Weyburn area, –36.7.
  • Yorkton area, –36.5.
According to Kyle Fougere, a meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, it is fairly typical to see some extra-cold temperatures in Saskatchewan in February.

"This has been a particularly cold one — we've had very cold temperatures [with] overnight lows of below –40 for several days in Saskatchewan over the last 10 days," he said.
Generating lots of revenue neutral carbon taxes , is my guess .
 

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Arctic ridge over Sask. breaks 26 more daily cold weather records​

Rosetown area broke a record set in 1922 with a new low of –38.1 C​

Julia Peterson - CBC News

Posted: February 15, 2021
Last Updated: 6 Hours Ago

After another frigid weekend in Saskatchewan, Environment Canada is reporting a new spate of record daily minimum temperatures.

On Saturday, 17 areas of the province set record lows.

The Rosetown area broke a record that had stood for nearly 100 years — since 1922 — with a new low of –38.1 C. Records keeping in the area started in 1913.

The Nipawin area recorded temperatures of –43.9 C, breaking the previous low for that day of –42.8 C set in 1936. Records in this area have been kept since 1927.

Other records set on Saturday included:

  • Broadview area, –41.4 C.
  • Coronach area, –37.2 C.
  • Elbow area, –40.1 C.
  • Hudson Bay area, –41.9 C.
  • Indian Head area, –41.1 C.
  • Kindersley area, –36.4 C.
  • Last Mountain Lake, –42.5 C.
  • Lucky Lake area, –36.3 C.
  • Meadow Lake area, –37.6 C.
  • Melfort area, –41.7 C.
  • Rockglen area, –32.9 C.
  • Watrous area, –41.5 C.
  • Weyburn area, –38.4 C.
  • Wynyard area, –39.2 C.
  • Yorkton area, –39.2 C.
Nine more daily low temperature records fell on Sunday:

  • Assiniboia area, –34.2.
  • Coronach area, –36.7.
  • Elbow area, –37.5.
  • Kindersley area, –34.4.
  • Lucky Lake area, –33.3.
  • Rockglen area, –32.6.
  • Watrous area, –36.2.
  • Weyburn area, –36.7.
  • Yorkton area, –36.5.
According to Kyle Fougere, a meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, it is fairly typical to see some extra-cold temperatures in Saskatchewan in February.

"This has been a particularly cold one — we've had very cold temperatures [with] overnight lows of below –40 for several days in Saskatchewan over the last 10 days," he said.
You reported at least 3 posts of fake news Pete they were all before temperature was recorded so it didn't exist before that ;)
 
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Dixie Cup

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Well climate is always and has always changed. Do you think the weather/climate was the same 500 or 1000 years ago? Unlikely. It ebbs & flows. Stating categorically that climate change is a "major crisis" is being rather naïve & disingenuous. Mankind has adapted over the decades (centuries) to whatever Mother Nature throws at us and will continue to do so. Maybe next February the temps will be much better or worse - we won't know until it actually happens. The whole Climate scenario is simply a tax grab for governments & people who are pushing this stupidity to line their own pockets & we need to fight back because it's going to get VERY expensive to heat our homes now & in the future whenever the cold weather hits. Fossil fuels will be what saves us & green energy will be our downfall.
 

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February in the US is trending cooler over past 100 years with 2021 being the coldest before even being done with.

The next 6 days at record highs still wouldnt help.
 
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NZDoug

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Wern’t the planets formed by an explosion?
Earth must be cooling since then.
I think the cancer causing wind mills in Tx. Have created a cooling effect that will save the world by balancing The fires in Australia, obviously.

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