Warm Spell Comes to an End in Ontario


All good things must come to an end. The same is true for the latest warm spell in Ontario.


A cold front moved through bringing an end to temperatures in some areas soaring into the twenties.


The warm weather has been the staple in the province for the last week.


Several daily record temperatures shattered previous records by several degrees according to Environment and Climate Change Canada.


In addition, several areas experienced the warmest November day ever. These areas include Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Timmins, Kapuskasing, Chapleau, Petawawa and Wiarton.


Below is a summary of new record high temperatures for November 11th:


Sudbury Airport

New record of 14.5

Previous record of 14.2 set in 2012

Records began in 1954


North Bay Airport

New record of 18.6

Previous record of 15.2 set in 2012

Records began in 1939


Muskoka Airport

New record of 18.3

Previous record of 15.7 set in 2012

Records began in 1939


Wiarton Airport

New record of 20.8

Previous record of 18.4 set in 2012

Records began in 1947


Petawawa Airport

New record of 21.0

Previous record of 15.3 set in 2002

Records began in 1970


Ottawa International Airport

New record of 19.6

Previous record of 16.5 set in 2002

Records began in 1938


Peterborough Airport

New record of 20.1

Previous record of 17.7 set in 2012

Records began in 1969


Trenton

New record of 17.9

Previous record of 17.3 set in 2012

Records began in 1935


Hamilton Airport

New record of 19.2

Previous record of 18.0 set in 2012

Records began in 1959


Based on ECCC Data