– Record lows in Saskatchewan (Ice Age Now, Dec 4, 2014):
“Bitterly cold conditions prevailed” on Monday morning as a ridge of high pressure lingered over Southern Saskatchewan, said the weather summary for Southern Saskatchewan issued by Environment Canada on Monday, 1 Dec 2014.
Five new record low temperatures were established across the province,
New record of -33.4 degrees Celsius (-28.1F) breaks old record of -30.0 C (-22.0F) set in 1975 and 2003.
New record of -30.6 degrees Celsius (-23.1F) breaks old record of -26.0 C (-14.8F) set in 1985 and 1991.
New record of -30.4 degrees Celsius (-22.7F) breaks old record of -28.9 C (-20.0F) set in 1975.
New record of -27.4 degrees Celsius (-17.3F) breaks old record of -23.3 C (-9.3F) set in 1975.
New record of -26.8 degrees Celsius (-16.2F) breaks old record of -23.7 C (-10.7F) set in 1996.
The lows of -31.0 (-23.8F) at Watrous and -31.9 (-25.4F) at Val Marie were close to their record values.