Canada May 2013 – Nunavut Daily Anomalies

Nunavut (northern Canada) was the coldest Province/Territory in May.

Environment Canada calculates “Normals” for a subset of stations. Those are the anomalies from the 1971-2000 average.

The following barplots are of the daily anomalies (TMax and TMin) for each Nunavut station (that have Normals) averaged together.

The coldest part of the month was 6 to 7C below the 1971-2000 average. So much for the overheating Arctic.

NUNAVUT - TMAX Anomaly From Normal Temperatures May 2013 NUNAVUT - TMIN Anomaly From Normal Temperatures May 2013

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