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Old 06-06-2015, 12:47 AM
 
Location: White House, TN
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Yes, Eureka is slightly colder year round, but that's because its winters are colder. In summer it is slightly warmer and summers are slightly longer, especially on the early end.

Average highs in Resolute, Nunavut are at least 32 F / 0 C only from June 9th - September 7th.
Average lows are only at least 32 F / 0 C from June 23rd - August 19th.

Snow, even heavy snow, can occur in July. Usually the snow finishes melting only around July 1st and the snow pack is often re-established in early September. In some years, the ground disappears beneath snow for the last time in late August.

Most years don't see above freezing until June, but a significant minority of years get above freezing in May. The last above freezing temperature of the year is usually in September, but can be August or rarely October. In 2014, the last above freezing temperature was October 12th, a rarity.

The first day without air frost is usually in the second half of June and the last is usually in the second half of August. September or early June dates without air frost are rare.

These are the days with the first and last above freezing temperatures in Resolute, by year. In parentheses are the first and last dates which did not have air frost (i.e. stayed above 32 F / 0 C all day). Data from 1990-present.

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2014: June 2nd - October 12th (June 27th - September 3rd)
2013: June 6th - August 24th (June 28th - August 12th)
2012: June 1st - September 20th (June 9th - August 30th)
2011: May 23rd - September 22nd (June 9th - August 27th)
2010: June 7th - September 16th (June 15th - August 31st)
2009: June 3rd - September 15th (June 14th - September 2nd)
2008: May 16th - October 7th (June 6th - September 1st)
2007: June 6th - September 14th (June 11th - September 2nd)
2006: May 12th - September 24th (June 20th - August 26th)
2005: May 19th - September 13th (June 20th - September 5th)
2004: June 10th - September 3rd (June 30th - August 25th)
2003: June 11th - September 13th (June 17th - August 29th)
2002: June 1st - September 25th (June 13th - August 31st)
2001: May 25th - September 29th (June 7th - August 11th)
2000: June 9th - September 13th (June 18th - August 24th)
1999: June 13th - September 26th (June 28th - August 20th)
1998: May 31st - September 29th (June 2nd - September 18th)
1997: June 18th - August 20th (June 25th - August 14th)
1996: May 28th - September 22nd (June 27th - August 22nd)
1995: May 30th - September 1st (June 1st - August 20th)
1994: May 15th - September 9th (June 23rd - August 27th)
1993: May 14th - September 12th (June 15th - September 3rd)
1992: June 19th - September 10th (June 24th - August 27th)
1991: June 2nd - September 9th (June 8th - September 8th)
1990: June 13th - September 4th (June 23rd - August 15th)
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Old 06-08-2015, 12:43 PM
 
Location: Norman, OK
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A high of 48F (9C) occurred in Key West on December 29th 1894.
Yet Key West never got below 70 in January 1937.
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Old 06-08-2015, 03:28 PM
 
Location: Vernon, British Columbia
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Yes, Eureka is slightly colder year round, but that's because its winters are colder. In summer it is slightly warmer and summers are slightly longer, especially on the early end.
Eureka is also uninhabited. ie. No permanent residents.
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Old 06-09-2015, 10:55 AM
 
Location: Vernon, British Columbia
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Speaking of Eureka, the average temperature during this past Spring was -25.5C/-13.9F. This is the coldest Spring recorded in North America in 23 years!
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Old 06-29-2015, 12:48 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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With it being summertime and of course temps here in Las Vegas soar past 100°F more often than not... it'll be fun to see how many days in a row this summer it'll reach/surpass that number.

The record for most consecutive days in which temperatures soared to at least 100 degrees stands at 66 days, from June 27 through Aug. 31, 1944.

The streak so far this year is currently at 18 days starting on 6/12/2015 and it also includes today as it has already surpassed 100. As of right now it looks like there's no end in site either when looking at the long-term forecast. My accuweather app going out the next 15 days shows temps easily surpassing 100 and the "coolest" day is 105. So there's a real good chance by mid-July the Las Vegas valley will be more than halfway to reaching the record.

We shall see how it all plays out!
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Old 06-29-2015, 01:09 PM
 
Location: Vernon, British Columbia
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The temperature was 42C/108F in British Columbia over the weekend. That ties the record for the hottest temperature ever recorded in June in this province.
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Old 07-20-2015, 12:39 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Bridgeport,CT max temp yesterday 91°F.
Today so far 91°F.

Last time we had a back to back 90+ day was exactly 2 yrs ago! Can we make a 3rd? Also been 2 yrs since we had an official heat wave. July 14-20, 2013.
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Old 07-21-2015, 11:36 PM
 
Location: Broward County, FL
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Neither Resolute nor Eureka, Nunavut have recorded an above-freezing temperature between November and April.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resolute,_Nunavut

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eureka,_Nunavut#Climate
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Old 07-23-2015, 07:31 AM
 
Location: Norman, OK
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Neither Resolute nor Eureka, Nunavut have recorded an above-freezing temperature between November and April.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resolute,_Nunavut

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eureka,_Nunavut#Climate
Interesting.

But Resolute is only as snowy as Boston and Eureka averages less snow than New York City. Even some southern cities (eg Raleigh, Nashville) get more snow than Eureka and Resolute on average in January and February.
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Old 07-23-2015, 09:45 AM
 
Location: Broward County, FL
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Interesting.

But Resolute is only as snowy as Boston and Eureka averages less snow than New York City. Even some southern cities (eg Raleigh, Nashville) get more snow than Eureka and Resolute on average in January and February.
That's true. Those places are so cold year-around that they receive most of their snow in the late Spring/Summer/early Fall months. Those places are honestly a bit too cold even for me.
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