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Historical Climate Data

Access hourly, daily, or monthly data for stations across Canada.

Historical RADAR

Access historical radar images for 31 stations across Canada. National, regional and local images are available.

Canadian Climate Normals

Find climate averages or extremes for nearly 1100 locations in Canada.

Engineering Climate Datasets

Interested in IDF Curves, CWEEDS or CWEC files? Visit our Engineering Climate Datasets page.

Monthly Climate Summaries

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Today's Weather Trivia

25 November

1950: Waves driven by gale-force winds smashed small boats and carried the cottages of at least 500 Crescent Beach residents (near Hamilton, ON) into Lake Ontario. Toronto received 30 cm of snow (Kitchener, Cambridge, and Guelph got more), while winds uprooted trees, which injured more than 60 residents, half of them children, and blew down 100 m of hydro wire, causing a blackout in one area.

Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips. © Environment Canada