863  
AWCN10 CWTO 230210  
WEATHER SUMMARY  
FOR ONTARIO AND THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION  
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 9:10 P.M. EST SATURDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2020.  
 
DISCUSSION.  
 
A MILD AIR MASS HAS TAKEN OVER MUCH OF ONTARIO, SO MUCH SO THAT SOME  
TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE BROKEN ACROSS PARTS OF THE NORTH ON  
SATURDAY.  
 
THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF NEW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR  
FEBRUARY 22.  
 
1. SUMMARY OF NEW RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES IN DEGREES CELSIUS:  
 
NAGAGAMI CLIMATE SITE  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 8.6  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 8.3 IN 2000  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1995  
 
CAMERON FALLS CLIMATE SITE  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 8.1  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 8.0 IN 1984, 2000  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1925 TO 1997, 1999 TO PRESENT  
 
ARMSTRONG CLIMATE SITE  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 7.4  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 6.8 IN 2000  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1939  
 
GERALDTON AIRPORT  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 7.3  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 7.1 IN 1984  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1982  
 
KAPUSKASING AIRPORT  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 7.2  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 6.7 IN 2000  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1938  
 
TIMMINS VICTOR M. POWER AIRPORT  
NEW RECORD HIGH: 6.4  
OLD RECORD HIGH: 5.5 IN 1981  
RECORDS KEPT SINCE: 1956  
 
NOTE: ON THIS DATE IN 1930, A HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 11.7 DEGREES  
CELSIUS WAS RECORDED AT KAPUSKASING CLIMATE SITE AND A HIGH  
TEMPERATURE OF 12.2 DEGREES CELSIUS WAS RECORDED IN TIMMINS.  
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL  
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.  
 
END/OSPC  
 
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