June 8, 2009
Filed under Canada, Winnipeg
Tags: brrr, Canada, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, cold arctic air, cold spell, cold summer, cold weather, Environment Canada, Fisher Branch, frost, Gimli, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Interlake, June cold spell, meteorologist, Morden, Ontario, Pinawa, Prairies, record low maximum temperature, record low maximums, Richardson International Airport, Sprague, summer, temperature, temperatures, The Pas, Unseasonably-cool weather, weather, Winnipeg
February 28, 2009
Filed under Canada, Manitoba
Tags: bone-chilling, Canada, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Manitoba, record cold, record low temperature, Swan River, temperature, temperatures, Thompson, weather, Winnipeg, winter
A cold snap that gripped Manitoba this week has pushed temperatures in some parts of the province into record-low territory.
18 January 2009
New Brunswickers woke up to one chilly morning as the province experienced frigid temperatures that set records Friday morning.