Cold records were observed Friday in many parts of Quebec, downgrading brands registered several decades ago and setting a 104-year record.
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“The mass of air settled in Quebec has brought its freshness, breaking some minimum records on the morning of May 28,” Environment Canada said on Friday.
In Quebec, the old record is 1917 with a low of -0.6 degrees.
Now Friday morning registration requires -1.1 degrees.
In the ABTB-Temiscomming region, Wall-D’R recorded a record temperature of -5.6 degrees Celsius in 1992 compared to -3.3 degrees.
In Mont-Tremblant, the -2.8 degree mark in 2008 surpassed the -3.1 degree mark on May 28, 2021.
At L’Tap, mercury dropped to -5 degrees, up from the previous mark of -4.2 degrees in 1994.
The burning atmosphere we experienced last week will not be repeated this weekend. The Federal Agency estimates sunny weather in most areas with temperatures between 11 and 15 degrees.