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ALBERTA

AWCN15 CWWG
Weather summary for Southern Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 
8:05 P.M. MDT Monday 22 September 2014.

A warm upper ridge brought well above normal temperatures to Alberta 
today. The following location set a new record (temperature in 
degrees Celsius):

Waterton Park
New record of 28.1
Old record of 27 set in 1987

Many stations also achieved near record high temperatures.

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

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AWCN16 CWWG
Weather summary for Northern Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 
8:02 P.M. MDT Monday 22 September 2014.

A warm upper ridge brought well above normal temperatures to Alberta 
today. The following locations set new records (temperature in 
degrees Celsius):

Fort McMurray
New record of 29.4
Old record of 27.2 set in 1950

Fort Chipewyan
New record of 25.1
Old record of 24.4 set in 1925

Many stations also achieved near record high temperatures.

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

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BRITISH COLUMBIA

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MANITOBA

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NEW BRUNSWICK

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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

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NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

AWCN11 CWNT
Weather summary for the Great Slave and Upper Mackenzie areas issued 
by Environment Canada at 8:11 P.M. MDT Monday 22 September 2014.

A warm upper ridge brought well above normal temperatures to parts
Of the Northwest Territories today. The following locations set new 
records (temperature in degrees Celsius):

Fort Smith
New record of 26.1
Old record of 23.3 set in 1925

Yellowknife
New record of 20.1
Old record of 17.8 set in 2011

Several stations also achieved near record temperatures:

Hay River
24.9 today near record of 25.6 set in 1917

Fort Simpson
23.1 today near record of 23.9 set in 1995

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

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NOVA SCOTIA

AWCN11 CWHX
Weather summary for Nova Scotia issued by Environment Canada at
4:17 P.M. ADT Monday 22 September 2014.

An intense pre-autumn storm laden with tropical moisture brought 
heavy rain and strong gusty winds to parts of the Maritimes Sunday 
night into Monday. The heavy rain gave localized flooding while the 
strong winds brought down some tree limbs and caused power outages
In many parts of the province.

The following is an updated summary of weather event information 
received by Environment Canada as of 3:00 P.M. ADT Monday.

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

Airport observation sites          rainfall (mm)  peak wind
                                                  Gust (km/h)

Yarmouth                               40.0
Greenwood                              29.6
Halifax Stanfield                     103.0            83
Sydney                                 36.4           102

Automated observation sites

Brier Island                            34.6
Baccaro Point                           58.2           79
Western Head                            66.0           91
New Ross                               119.7
Kentville                               45.0
Lunenburg                                N/a           91
Shearwater                              98.4           87
Bedford range                          102.1
Malay Falls                             54.2
Beaver Island                            N/a          100
Upper Stewiacke                         95.2
Debert                                  90.7
Parrsboro                               50.8
Nappan                                  33.5
Caribou Point                           75.2           82
Tracadie                                43.7
Port Hawkesbury                         45.1           96
Hart Island                              N/a           89
Eskasoni                                17.0          128
Northeast Margaree                      40.5
Grand Etang                              N/a           93
Cheticamp                               61.2
North mountain                          46.5
Ingonish Beach                          61.8           76

Volunteer observation sites

New Ross                                130.6
Cape Sable Island                       122.9
Fall river                              118.9
Upper Tantallon                         115.6
Hammonds Plains                         113.0
Dartmouth                               106.7
Enfield                                 104.6
Lake Major                               98.0
Shelburne                                93.0
Truro                                    92.7
Hubbards                                 88.9
River John                               87.6
Rawdon gold mines                        86.1
St Margarets Bay                         75.0
Green oaks                               74.4
Pockwock lake                            71.0
Lyons Brook                              71.0
Duncans cove                             69.9
St Anns                                  61.7
Wolfville                                57.9
Port Maitland                            54.6
Cedar lake                               52.6
Pugwash jnctn                            50.8

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NUNAVUT

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ONTARIO

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

AWCN15 CWHX
Weather summary for Prince Edward Island issued by Environment Canada 
at 11:14 A.M. ADT Monday 22 September 2014.

An intense pre-autumn storm laden with tropical moisture brought 
heavy rain to Prince Edward Island Sunday night into Monday morning. 
The rain was heaviest in Queens and Kings counties where some 
localized flooding was reported.

The following is an updated summary of weather event information 
received by Environment Canada as of 9:00 A.M. ADT Monday.  An
Update to this bulletin may be provided later today as additinal 
information is received.

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

Airport observation sites          rainfall (mm)

Charlottetown                           79.2

Automated observation sites

East Point                              67.1
St peters                               90.8
Stanhope                                69.8
Harrington                              62.6
Maple plains                            41.4
Summerside                              30.8
North Cape                              33.0

Volunteer observation sites

Morell                                 104.6
Stratford                               86.4
Alliston                                59.2
Bedeque                                 31.2

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QUEBEC

AWCN11 CWUL
Weather summary for Western Quebec issued by Environment Canada at 
11:11 AM EDT Monday 22 September 2014.

A low pressure system accompanied by heavy rain brought significant 
amounts of rain in Chevery since last night.

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

Region          amounts in millimetres

Chevery                         78

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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SASKATCHEWAN

AWCN14 CWWG
Weather summary for Northern Saskatchewan issued by Environment
Canada at 7:56 P.M. CST Monday 22 September 2014.

A warm upper ridge brought well above normal temperatures to 
Saskatchewan today. The following locations set new records 
(temperature in degrees Celsius):

La Ronge
New record of 29.4
Old record of 26.8 set in 1987

Key Lake
New record of 26.0
Old record of 18.5 set in 1994

Stony Rapids
New record of 25.6
Old record of 21 set in 2011

Collins Bay
New record of 21.1
Old record of 19.4 set in 2013

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

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YUKON

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