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Historical Climate Data

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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

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Today's Weather Trivia

17 September

2009: Unseasonably warm temperatures made for a day of record-breaking warmth across Saskatchewan-at least 23 record highs were obliterated across the province. Saskatoon, SK, hit a toasty 33.5°C, easily beating the previous record of 31.1°C in 1928. Rosetown was Saskatchewan's hot spot at 35.4°C and again 2 days later at 37°C, likely the warmest moment in Canadian history ever so late in the season.

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