Annual Number of Hot Days (> 30°C): 1961 to 2000

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 On average, the southeast corner of Alberta receives maximum daily temperatures hotter than 30°C between 10 and 20 times in a year, with some areas having even more days than 20 days. Medicine Hat receives an average of 23.6 days exceeding 30°C, including about 17.5 hot days in July and August. The number of days with temperatures higher than 30°C decreases as one goes farther north and west.
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This information published to the web on April 4, 2003.
Last Reviewed/Revised on May 16, 2017.