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Who has the lowest recorded outside temp for November?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by steve19, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. steve19

    steve19 New Member

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    I thought this may be a fun thread to start.

    I'm quite curious to hear what weather my neighbouring provinces (Yukon) and states (Alaska) are getting this time of year. Besides the 3 foot of snow, we have had a cold snap this week in the Northwest Territories. I've recorded-32 degrees Celsius tonight. Probably the lowest temperature I will see for November (I'm looking forward to see what January and February brings this season),

    What about the rest of you?

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  2. Seanm

    Seanm Feeling the Heat

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    Nothing like you folks up there but we had a small cold snap in south east BC that gave us -15 several weeks ago but since then we have been mild (for us). We had 6 inches of snow several days ago but its mostly gone now and replaced with 3 above and coastal like rain! Average for today is high of -1 lows of -9. Looks like temps are going to drop a bit. I guess its ok as it gave me and the wife some time the other day to split and stack a bit of next years wood and do last minute yard work but puts off my ice fishing a bit :-( Good thing is the furnace doesnt come on.
  3. weatherguy

    weatherguy Minister of Fire

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    You already have 3 feet of snow on the ground? Id love to spend a winter up there, I love winter weather.

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