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How do I find historical weather data in Canada?

How do I find historical weather data in Canada?

You can access data from Environment and Climate Change Canada stations on by clicking on Download and then selecting Station Data. If a station does not exist at your desired location then you will need to use a nearby station or a gridded historical data product.

What climate is Winnipeg in?

extreme humid continental climate
The Winnipeg climate can be described as an extreme humid continental climate because there are significant differences in temperatures during summer and winter. Since Winnipeg, MB is an open, low-lying plain, it is subject to severe flooding, blizzards, and cold Arctic high-pressure systems known as the polar high.

Where do I get ERA5 data?

Preliminary daily updates of the dataset are available to users within 5 days of real time. The preliminary ERA5 dataset from 1950 to 1978 is now available on the Climate data store (CDS).

Who uses climate data?

Climate data are essential inputs for government officials responsible for the management of public finances, assets, such as electricity grids, government buildings and roads, and services such as emergency response and assistance.

What is climate change data?

Climate data records provide evidence of climate change key indicators, such as global land and ocean temperature increases; rising sea levels; ice loss at Earth’s poles and in mountain glaciers; frequency and severity changes in extreme weather such as hurricanes, heatwaves, wildfires, droughts, floods and …

Why is Winnipeg Canada so cold?

The openness of the prairies leaves Winnipeg exposed to numerous weather systems including blizzards and cold Arctic high pressure systems, known as the polar high. Winnipeg has four distinct seasons, with short transitional periods between winter and summer.

What are the 3 indicators of climate change?

Geneva, 18 May 2022 (WMO) – Four key climate change indicators – greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rise, ocean heat and ocean acidification – set new records in 2021.