It's a record! Longest stretch of 30-degree days in Edmonton
Temperatures in Edmonton topped 30 C again Friday afternoon. That makes this the longest string of consecutive 30-degree days on record in the city (dating back to the late 1800s).
The previous mark was six straight days June 2-7,1961.
June 26-July 2, 2021, now holds the record at SEVEN consecutive days.
Here's what the past week has looked like for highs and lows:
This stretch saw two daily records set: June 28 and June 30.
Across the province, hundreds of daily record highs and more than a dozen all-time record highs were broken this week.
Three days this past week were in the top-seven hottest days of all time in Edmonton.
The above graphic has the only eight times the city has hit 35 C or hotter. Three days on that list are from this past week.
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