Montreal - Highest Temperature for Each Year





Here's where you'll find answers to questions about the highest temperatures and hottest days in Montreal, Quebec Canada. How hot did it get in 2017? When was the last time thermometers in Montreal rose above 35 °C? What was the highest temperature in Montreal a century ago? Answers to those questions and much more can be found quickly and easily in the list below of record high temperatures.

This page gives the highest temperature for each year in Montreal and the date that it happened. A date with a plus sign means it was that hot on at least one other day earlier that year.

These records go back to 1886. The highest temperature measured during that time was 36.2 degrees Celsius (97.2 Fahrenheit) on August 8, 2001.

Since 1984 the temperature extremes were observed at Montreal–Trudeau Airport. Before then, the weather station was in downtown Montreal.

Highest Montreal temperatures in recent years
Max °F Date Max °C
90 June 18, 2017 32
93 July 13, 2016 34
90 September 07, 2015 32
92 July 01, 2014 33
92 July 19, 2013 33
92 July 14, 2012 + 33
96 July 21, 2011 36
94 May 26, 2010 34
Highest temperature recorded at Montreal each year
Max °F Date Max °C
91 August 17, 2009 33
92 September 05, 2008 33
91 August 02, 2007 33
93 August 01, 2006 34
91 July 11, 2005 33
88 July 22, 2004 31
92 June 26, 2003 33
96 August 14, 2002 36
97 August 08, 2001 36
87 June 26, 2000 31
92 September 04, 1999 33
89 July 16, 1998 32
88 July 01, 1997 31
89 August 07, 1996 32
90 July 14, 1995 32
93 June 18, 1994 34
1993
85 August 26, 1992 29
92 July 20, 1991 33
88 July 30, 1990 31
92 July 25, 1989 33
93 July 30, 1988 34
93 August 17, 1987 34
90 July 25, 1986 32
90 July 25, 1985 32
89 August 04, 1984 32
95 July 04, 1983 35
90 July 18, 1982 + 32
90 July 08, 1981 32
89 June 25, 1980 + 32
91 July 25, 1979 33
91 May 29, 1978 33
91 July 20, 1977 + 33
89 June 15, 1976 32
96 August 01, 1975 36
88 June 10, 1974 31
90 September 05, 1973 + 32
91 July 15, 1972 33
92 June 30, 1971 33
94 July 30, 1970 34
91 June 27, 1969 33
90 July 16, 1968 + 32
89 June 03, 1967 32
90 July 03, 1966 32
90 June 28, 1965 32
93 June 30, 1964 34
93 July 02, 1963 34
90 May 19, 1962 32
88 September 04, 1961 + 31
90 September 09, 1960 + 32
93 July 29, 1959 34
87 July 25, 1958 31
91 June 18, 1957 33
91 June 14, 1956 33
96 July 22, 1955 36
86 June 22, 1954 30
94 July 18, 1953 34
91 July 15, 1952 33
85 July 10, 1951 + 29
89 July 13, 1950 32
93 July 28, 1949 34
90 August 27, 1948 + 32
92 August 14, 1947 33
90 July 19, 1946 + 32
89 July 25, 1945 32
93 August 16, 1944 + 34
91 July 11, 1943 33
90 June 12, 1942 32
91 June 27, 1941 33
88 August 18, 1940 31
90 July 07, 1939 32
93 August 04, 1938 34
89 July 23, 1937 32
88 July 11, 1936 31
89 August 17, 1935 + 32
91 June 05, 1934 33
94 June 28, 1933 34
90 August 26, 1932 + 32
97 July 01, 1931 36
90 July 19, 1930 + 32
92 July 28, 1929 33
91 August 16, 1928 33
86 June 10, 1927 30
87 August 06, 1926 + 31
94 June 06, 1925 34
86 August 31, 1924 30
91 June 19, 1923 33
87 August 15, 1922 31
95 July 08, 1921 35
90 August 08, 1920 + 32
92 June 03, 1919 33
92 July 22, 1918 33
96 August 01, 1917 36
93 July 25, 1916 34
90 July 31, 1915 32
91 August 10, 1914 + 33
93 July 01, 1913 34
92 July 08, 1912 + 33
95 July 03, 1911 35
87 July 09, 1910 31
88 August 08, 1909 31
92 July 07, 1908 33
88 August 11, 1907 31
89 August 19, 1906 32
87 July 18, 1905 + 31
90 July 19, 1904 32
88 July 09, 1903 31
86 July 31, 1902 + 30
94 July 16, 1901 34
89 September 03, 1900 32
89 August 21, 1899 32
90 September 04, 1898 + 32
93 July 05, 1897 34
90 August 11, 1896 32
88 July 08, 1895 31
90 July 20, 1894 + 32
90 August 11, 1893 32
89 July 29, 1892 + 32
90 August 11, 1891 + 32
89 August 04, 1890 + 32
88 July 01, 1889 + 31
88 June 23, 1888 + 31
90 July 04, 1887 32
87 July 05, 1886 31
Reference

Environment and Climate Change Canada. Historical Climate Data. Historical Data

Jay Lawrimore. 2016. Global Summary of the Year, Version 1.0. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. 

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