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MANITOBA

AWCN11 CWWG
Weather summary for Southern Manitoba issued by Environment Canada at 
11:56 A.M. CDT Thursday 17 April 2014.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by 
Environment Canada.

Record low temperatures set this morning across Manitoba.
Note all values are in degrees celcius - c.

Berens River
New record -21.4 c
Old record -16.7 c in 1947

Fisher Branch
New record -16.0 c
Old record -13.0 c in 1989

Gimli
New record -16.0 c
Old record -12.8 c in 1949

Gretna
New record - 9.4 c
Old record - 7.1 c in 2000

Melita
New record -10.0 c
Old record - 9.8 c in 2013

Pinawa
New record -13.5 c
Old record -13.0 c in 1989

Thompson
New record -22.6 c
Old record -22.0 c in 1981

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial 
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

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QUEBEC

AWCN11 CWUL
Weather summary for Western Quebec issued by Environment Canada at 
08:02 AM EDT Thursday 17 April 2014.

The low pressure system that affected the province of Quebec between 
Sunday and Tuesday finally moved off to the Atlantic region on 
Wednesday, April 16. As its associated cold front moved through, 
snowsqualls developed over extreme Eastern Quebec with westerly winds 
approaching severe limits.

Here is a summary of weather event information as received by 
Environment Canada.

Havre-St-Pierre Airport reported snowsqualls between 9:50 A.M. and 
noon (eastern daylight time) with visibilities reduced to less than 
0.5 km. Visibilities at Natashquan Airport were reduced to between 1 
and 1.5 km between noon and 1:00 P.M. according to the road 
conditions reported by the ministere des transports du Quebec, 
visibilities were reduced from Minganie all the way to Natashquan.

Between noon and 8:00 P.M., wind gusts of 80 to 85 km/h were recorded 
on the Gaspé Peninsula, the Lower North Shore and Anticosti. Maximum 
gusts were as follows:

Region                          maximum wind speed (km/h)

Havre-St-Pierre                                 83
Natashquan                                      85
Port-menier                                     85
Cap-Madeleine                                   81
Cap-Chat                                        80

Gusts in excess of 90 km/h were recorded on two islands off the 
coast, namely ile-aux-perroquet (1:00 P.M.) and cap whittle (3:00 
P.M.).

Please note that this summary may include preliminary or unofficial 
data and does not constitute a final or an official report.

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