Muskoka And Algonquin Park Break Another Temperature Record

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Photo Credit: Heather Wilkins

A frigid arctic air mass, more typical of mid winter, paid a chilling visit to the province, with numerous new record low temperatures for November 22 and 23. These are summarized below.

Records for November 22. Please note that some of these numbers have been updated due to cold temperatures last evening.

Toronto Pearson Airport
New Record of -13.3
Previous Record -12.4 set in 1989
Records began in 1937

Toronto Buttonville Airport
New Record of -15.4
Previous Record -14.1 set in 2008
Records began in 1986

Oshawa
New Record of -14.8
Previous Record -11.0 set in 1987
Records began in 1969

Kitchener
New Record of -16.1
Previous Record -14.3 set in 2000
Records began in 1914

Elora
New Record of -20.6
Previous Record -16.3 set in 2008
Records began in 1969

Hamilton Airport
New Record of -14.9
Previous Record -11.8 set in 2000
Records began in 1959

Muskoka
New Record of -23.2
Previous record of -21.0 set in 2008
Records began in 1939

Beatrice
New Record of -26.3
Previous Record -21.3 set in 2008
Records began in 1878

Peterborough
New Record of -21.2
Previous Record -17.8 set in 1932
Records began in 1866

Cobourg
New Record of -14.1
Previous Record -13.3 set in 2008
Records began in 1972

Trenton
New Record of -15.5
Previous Record -11.8 set in 2008
Records began in 1935

Kingston
New Record of -16.7
Previous Record -15.0 set in 1880
Records began in 1872

Brockville
New Record of -22.3
Previous Record -18.3 set back in 1874
Records began in 1872

Kemptville
New Record of -20.4
Previous Record -16.7 set in 1972
Records began in 1928

Ottawa Airport
New Record of -18.7
Previous Record -14.4 set in 1972
Records began in 1938

Ottawa (Canadian Department of Agriculture)
New Record of -17.9
Previous Record -15.6 set back in 1895
Records began in 1889

Petawawa
New Record of -23.8
Previous Record -18.3 set back in 1964
Records began in 1931

Algonquin Park
New Record of -27.8
Previous Record -20.5 set in 2008
Records began in 2004

Sudbury Airport
New Record of -22.3
Previous Record of -20.6 in 1989
Records began in 1954

North Bay Airport
New Record of -26.6
Previous Record -18.9 set in 1949
Records began in 1939

Gore Bay
New Record of -17.4
Previous Record -14.4 set in 1932
Records began in 1915

Sault Ste. Marie Airport
New Record of -23.4
Previous Record -18.6 set in 1989
Records began in 1945

Kapuskasing Airport
New Record of -27.0
Previous Record -25.6 set in 1964
Records began in 1937

Geraldton
New Record of -31.4
Previous Record -28.1 set in 2005
Records began in 1952

Lansdowne House
New Record of -33.0
Previous Record -30.7 set in 2013
Records began in 1941

Records for November 23

Algonquin
New Record of -28.5
Previous Record of -20.9 in 2007
Records began in 2004

Petawawa
New Record of -24.9
Previous Record of -20.0 in both 1972 and 1989
Records began in 1931

Bancroft
New Record of -28.3
Previous Record of -22.1 in 2007
Records began in 1995

Peterborough
New Record of -21.4
Previous Record of -20.6 in 1932
Records began in 1866

Ottawa Airport
New Record of -21.2
Previous Record of -16.1 in 1972
Records began in 1938

Ottawa (Canadian Department of Agriculture)
New Record of -21.0
Previous Record of -20.0 in 1932
Records began in 1889

Trenton
New Record of -16.0
Previous Record of -13.9 in 2000
Records began in 1935

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