Extreme Temperatures for Canadian Cities

The highest maximum and lowest minimum temperatures for the hottest and coldest days ever recorded in Canada's 27 largest cities.

High C Date City Low C Date
37.9 July 11, 2007 Abbotsford -21.1 Jan 18, 1950
36.0 July 6, 1988 Barrie -35.0 Jan 4, 1981
36.1 July 15, 1919 Calgary -45.0 Feb 4, 1893
35.1 July 22, 2006 Edmonton -48.3 Dec 28, 1938
33.9 July 26, 1963 Halifax -28.5 Jan 31, 1993
37.4 July 7, 1988 Hamilton -30.0 Jan 16, 2004
39.5 July 24, 1994 Kelowna -36.1 Dec 30, 1968
34.3 July 15, 1983 Kingston -34.5 Jan 4, 1981
36.5 Aug 8, 2001 Kitchener Waterloo -31.9 Jan 16, 1984
38.2 June 25, 1988 London -31.7 Jan 24, 1970
Extreme temperatures for Canada's largest cities - continued:
High C Date City Low C Date
37.6 Aug 1, 1975 Montreal -37.8 Jan 15, 1957
36.5 July 8, 1988 Oshawa -30.5 Jan 4, 1981
37.8 Aug 11, 1944 Ottawa Gatineau -36.1 Feb 15, 1943
35.6 July 17, 1953 Quebec City -36.1 Feb 2, 1962
43.3 July 5, 1937 Regina -50.0 Jan 1, 1885
38.4 July 2, 2002 Saguenay -43.3 Feb 15, 1943
40.6 June 5, 1988 Saskatoon -50.0 Feb 1, 1893
34.0 Sept 9, 2002 Sherbrooke -41.2 Jan 15, 2004
37.4 July 7, 1988 St. Catharines Niagara -25.7 Feb 18, 1979
31.5 July 6, 1983 St. John's -23.8 March 10, 1986
38.3 July 31, 1975 Sudbury -39.3 Jan 10, 1982
38.3 Aug 25, 1948 Toronto -31.3 Jan 4, 1981
34.4 July 30, 2009 Vancouver -17.8 Jan 14, 1950
36.3 July 11, 2007 Victoria -15.6 Dec 29, 1968
40.2 June 25, 1988 Windsor -29.1 Jan 19, 1994
40.6 Aug 7, 1949 Winnipeg -45.0 Feb 18, 1966
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