Using temperature stations designated as part of the “Normals” used by Environment Canada, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba have been cooling for the last 15 years.
BC is cooling too. See this post.
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I did a study of the Central UK Max Temps vs Bright Sunshine Hours (see my limited blog site, it was hosted on Talkbloke’s). Do we have that data for Canada/elselsewhere? Unfortunately I have limited computer knowledge, do things old school onto Excel spreadsheets. If I can cut and past, I’m fine, but beyond that …
Canada has very few stations reporting sunshine.
I love this presentation. Do you keep a running spreadsheet for each province and then graph that? I couldn’t find much on EC that graphs out a series like this. I’m just curious what these will look like after the cold 2013 spring and was hoping to produce my own?
Every month I append the data from the monthly summary EC presents to my datafile and then work off that.
Here is an example of a monthly summary for just BC: