November weather report
Submitted with thanks by Beryl Bainbridge
Statistics are collected at a base about five miles N.E. of Peers, close to the Carrot Creek.
This month has been almost a repeat of October’s mists, fogs, and gloom. In the first half of the month the daytime temps. did rise above zero reaching a balmy +15C on Remembrance day. Very little snow has fallen though hoar frosts keep the trees white. Also it has been very calm, the wind rarely rising above 4m.p.h. In Yellowhead County, farmers have been unable to get crops off the fields because of excessive moisture.
Max. Temperature, +15.2 C Min. Temp., -15.1 C
Maximum Pressure, 1027 kPh mb/hPa (millibars/hec to Pascals) Min. Pressure, 997 mb/hPa
Max Humidity 99 per cent Min Humidity 88 per cent
Precipitation, 5cms snow, total precipitation of 9.65mm. ; a dry month indeed.