Canada has never experienced such record warm nighttime temperatures before. The record high temperatures occurred in Canada’s maritime provinces, where temperatures should be much colder than they were this past week.

ABC Columbia writes:

Meteorological winter is different from astronomical winter and refers to December, January, and February. There are many reasons for this – one being that it’s easier to keep track of records by month. Just a few days ago, Canada experienced its warmest meteorological winter night on record. 

“We just witnessed the warmest winter night in Canadian history. Parts of Nova Scotia didn’t drop below 60 °F (15.5 °C) all night long. This is warmer than an average summer night!”



— Cape Breton Mesonet (@J_Buff90) December 2, 2020


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Warmer than a summer night. We have a lot of work to do. 

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