Climate Trends

For those who are interested in viewing climate trends and anomolies Environment Canada has information under the heading “Climate Trends and Variations Bulletins”.  Unfortunately it is not current, but it does show overall trends for temperature and percipitation across Canada and by region. So for example in the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Lowlands region the wettest spring was 2011 and the warmest year was 2010. Generally the trends for both spring temperature and percipitation for this region is upward although there is quite a bit of variation from year to year. 

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