Whether you’ve been out and about or playing it safe and watching the world through social media, chances are you’ve noticed that Mother Nature has done a total 180 since last month. Turns out, warmer temperatures haven’t been exclusive to one area either. We’ve actually seen record-breaking weather throughout Alberta!
Yesterday, March 18th in particular was exceptionally impressive, with 20 towns, hamlets, and cities shattering previously reached milestones.
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With a ~5pm high of 17.0°C, today is #Calgary‘s warmest Mar 18th in more than 90 years, since 1928. #YycWx pic.twitter.com/3vQR5FJueq
— Calgary Weather Records❄ (@YYC_Weather) March 18, 2021
Taber, Alberta led the way with a provincial high of 19.3°C, barely breaking the record of 19.2°C which was set in 2017.
Other communities that crushed previous peaks, Calgary who saw a high of 17°C – the warmest it’s been on that date in 90 years; Edmonton at 14°C (old record of 12.9°C), Lethbridge, Brooks, Slave lake and Sundre in addition to others.
To see Environment Canada’s list of Alberta cities that had record-breaking weather, visit their official website here. One thing is for sure, friends. It looks as if we’re in for a beautiful spring/summer season and honestly, we think we deserve it!
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