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Almanac Averages and Extremes for February 06

CALGARY INT'L A
ALBERTA

51°06'50.000" N
114°01'13.000" W
1,084.10 m
3031093
71877
YYC

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Almanac Averages & Extremes
Averages and Extremes
Category (Period of Record) Value Year
Average Maximum Temperature -1.1 °C  
Average Minimum Temperature -13.1 °C  
Monthly Frequency of Precipitation 24 %  
Highest Temperature (1885-2012) 16.4 °C 1987
Lowest Temperature (1885-2012) -38.9 °C 1895
Greatest Precipitation (1885-2012) 7.6 mm 1952
Greatest Rainfall (1885-2012)    
Greatest Snowfall (1885-2012) 7.6 cm 1952
Most Snow on the Ground (1955-2012) 26.0 cm 1978
Most Recent Daily Data for February 06
Year Maximum Temperature DefinitionMax Temp
°C
Minimum Temperature DefinitionMin Temp
°C
Mean Temperature DefinitionMean Temp
°C
Total Rain DefinitionTotal Rain
mm
Total Snow DefinitionTotal Snow
cm
Total Precipitation DefinitionTotal Precip
mm
Snow on Ground DefinitionSnow on Grnd
cm
Direction of Maximum Gust DefinitionDir of Max Gust
10's deg
Speed of Maximum Gust DefinitionSpd of Max Gust
km/h
2012 -1.0 -10.1 -5.6 0.0 1.0 1.0 LegendTT   <31
2011 -9.7 -13.7 -11.7 0.0 0.8 0.8 LegendTT 36LegendEE 46LegendEE
2010 -9.6 -17.3 -13.5 0.0 LegendTT LegendTT 3   <31
2009 -0.8 -6.1 -3.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 LegendTT 34LegendEE 50LegendEE
2008 -0.1 -7.3 -3.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 6 28LegendEE 46LegendEE

Legend

  • A = Accumulated
  • B = More than one occurrence and estimated
  • C = Precipitation occurred, amount uncertain
  • E = Estimated
  • F = Accumulated and estimated
  • L = Precipitation may or may not have occurred
  • M = Missing
  • N = Temperature missing but known to be > 0
  • S = More than one occurrence
  • T = Trace
  • Y = Temperature missing but known to be   < 0
  • [empty] = Indicates an unobserved value
  • ^ = The value displayed is based on incomplete data
  • † = Data that is not subject to review by the National Climate Archives
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