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New temperature record

Monday was the warmest February 4 in the Quinte Region since temperatures began being recorded.
Data from the CFB Trenton Weather Office shows the daytime high got up around 10 degrees Celsius, which is almost a degree warmer than the record of 9.2 degrees Celsius, set back in 1991.
The lowest recorded temperature for a February 4 was back in 1946, when the mercury dropped down to -27.2 degrees Celsius.
Environment Canada’s forecast for the rest of the week shows temperatures a little bit closer to the averages for this time of year, ┬áranging between -4 and -16.

 

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