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Comment: Re:Exaggerate much? (Score 1) 560

by rford (#32671514) Attached to: 5.5 Earthquake Hits Canada; Felt in US Midwest, New England

Wikipedia is wrong, must be the 1st time ever.
The table just below the paragraph contradicts it, as does the Environment Canada weppage

record lows for Edmonton City center A.

Jan 20 1943 -44.4C
Feb 08 1939 -46.1C
Dec 28 1938 -48.3C

also exceeded it on Jan 3 2009 -41.9C (at the same weather station.) I'm sure I can find more.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmonton#cite_note-CCN-45

Check out:
http://climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/climate_normals/results_e.html?Province=ALL&StationName=edmonton&SearchType=BeginsWith&LocateBy=Province&Proximity=25&ProximityFrom=City&StationNumber=&IDType=MSC&CityName=&ParkName=&LatitudeDegrees=&LatitudeMinutes=&LongitudeDegrees=&LongitudeMinutes=&NormalsClass=A&SelNormals=&StnId=1867&

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