How about that heat? Four different records set as unseasonably warm weather continues
Tuesday, as anyone who stepped outside in the City of Montreal would acknowledge, was a hot one with another similar day expected on Wednesday with a forecast high of 22, and a humidex of 25.
True, the temperatures might not have been comparable to being seven inches from the midday sun, but it was still a record breaking day for November temperatures.
According to Environment Canada, four different records were broken. Those include:
- Hottest Nov. 10 on record, breaking the previous record of 18.3 C, set in 1948.
- Warmest November day ever recorded in the city in November.
- Latest in the year where the temperature topped 20 C.
- At six days, the longest stretch this late in the year where daytime highs topped 15 C.