January Daily Mean Temperature: 1961 to 2000

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 Average January temperature varies from warmer than -10°C in the foothills and Rockies to colder than -24°C in the far north. The strong north-south trend in temperatures due to the effect of latitude is somewhat modified by the effect of the mountains. Warm chinook winds can increase January temperatures by up to 30°C over a short period of time. The effect of chinook winds is greatest in southern Alberta along the foothills.
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This information published to the web on April 4, 2003.
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