Calculation Information for 1981 to 2010 Canadian Normals Data
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Statistics listed below are provided as a guide to determine
the validity of Normals and Extremes calculations.
For example, a station with 30 years of record between
1981 and 2010 with no
missing years would be a more reliable normal than a station
with 15 years of record and 2 missing years.
Less than 100% possible observations indicates that out of
the total number of observations used, some records were
Metadata including Station Name, Province, Country, Time Zone, Climate ID, WMO ID, TC ID, Latitude(dd mm), Longitude(ddd mm), Latitude(decimal degrees), Longitude(decimal degrees), and Elevation(m)