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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Record high temperatures in parts of Alberta on January 27, 2015

  • New maximum and near maximum temperatures recorded in Alberta yesterday January 27, 2015, included a new record of 15° for Pincher Creek, beating the old record of 14.4° set in 1901, and a new record of 15.1° at Waterton Park Gate, beating the old record of 14.4° set in 2011.

Environment Canada

Weather summary for Southern Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 5:23 pm MST Tuesday 27 January 2015.

A mild airmass remained over Southern Alberta (on January 27) and allowed several locations to reach new record maximum temperatures. However a cold front will sweep through the Prairies and bring an end to this warm weather.


This summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information. Temperature values given in degrees Celsius.


New record high temperatures:

Banff
New record of 10.1
Old record of 7.8 set in 1934
Records started in 1892

Calgary intl
New record of 14.4
Old record of 13.2 set in 2011
Records started in 1882

Claresholm
New record of 17.1
Old record of 14 set in 1988
Records started in 1952

Lethbridge
New record of 16.8
Old record of 13.2 set in 1988
Records started in 1887

Medicine Hat
New record of 13.3
Old record of 11.7 set in 1931
Records started in 1884

Pincher Creek
New record of 15.0
Old record of 14.4 set in 1901
Records started in 1894

Waterton Park Gate
New record of 15.1
Old record of 11.4 set in 2011
Records started in 1967

Near-record high temperatures:

Jasper warden
Near-record of 9.0
Record of 9.6 set in 2005
Records started in 1914

Vauxhall
Near-record of 14.2
Record of 14.5 set in 1986
Records started in 1914

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

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