45° outside. The average yearly weather is : class "wikitable" - ! Month ! Avg. High ! Avg. Low ! Avg. Precip. - January 58.5 °F 15 °C 39.4 °F 4 °C 0.90in 21 mm - February 62.6 °F 17 °C 41.7 °F 5.5 °C 0.70in 15 mm - March 67.5 °F 20 °C 45.9 °F 8 °C 0.90in 21 mm - April 74.5 °F 24 °C
51.3 °F 11 °C 0.50in 13 mm - May 83.7 °F 29 °C 58.6 °F 15 °C 0.50in 13 mm - June 92.7 °F 34 °C 65.7 °F 19 °C 0.40in 10 mm - July 98.2 °F 37 °C 70.3 °F 21 °C 0.00in 0 mm - August 97.2 °F 36 °C 70.7 °F 21.5 °C 0.30in 10 mm - September 88.9
°F 32 °C 65.8 °F 19 °C 0.90in 21 mm - October 78.3 °F 26 °C 57.2 °F 14 °C 0.80in 20 mm - November 67.6 °F 20 °C 47.1 °F 8.5 °C 0.70in 16 mm - December 59.7 °F 15 °C 40.5 °F 5 °C 1.10in 29 mm The best time to visit the region would be in the fall or the winter, where
in North America Christian Reformed Church See *New Apostolic Church *New Life Community Church *Park Rd. United Church *Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Grimsby *St. Andrew's Anglican (1825), the third church on this site, features a churchyard containing graves of many early settlers (c. 1785-) at The Forty, as Grimsby was originally called. http: www.heritagefdn.on.ca userfiles HTML nts_1_6364_1.html St
% Anglican *14% United Church *19% No religion *27% Other Notable people The unofficial demonym for a person from Grimsby is "Grimsbonian" (possibly in imitation of "Torontonian", for a person from Toronto, the largest nearby metropolitan centre to Grimsby). There are many notable Grimsbonians. Climate Grimsby's climate varies throughout the year; 12 °C – 15 °C in the spring, 21 °C – 33 °C in the summer, and 10 °C
– 17 °C in the fall. Temperatures in the winter months are around 4 °C to −16 °C, with about 190 cm of snow per year.
was founded in the early 20th century. Until a few years ago it was a small fishing village but since the 1980s has been continually enlarged by Egyptian and foreign investors to become the leading coastal resort on the Red Sea. Holiday villages and hotels provide aquatic sport facilities for sailboarders, yachtsmen, scuba divers and snorkelers. Hurghada is known for its watersports activities, nightlife and warm weather. Daily temperature hovers round most
, while November, March and April are comfortably warm. May and October are hot and the period from June to September is very hot. Sunshine hours are around 3,800 per year (one of the highest results in the world), from an average of 9 hours of sunshine day in December to an average of 13 hours day in July. The average annual temperature of the sea is in August. The highest temperature recorded
occurred on June 12, 2013 and was
, British Columbia Okanagan-Similkameen subdivision_type4 subdivision_name4 government_footnotes government_type leader_title Governing body leader_name Band Council, Town Council, RDOS Board leader_title1 Chief Mayor Director leader_name1 C. Louie, R. Hovanes, A.Patton leader_title2 leader_name2 leader_title3 leader_name3
2001 Census 2001 4224 2006 (Canada 2006 Census) 4370 2011 (Canada 2011 Census) 4824 footnote thumb right OIB iconic sign at Senkulmen (File:Osoyoos Indian Band.jpg) *Town of Oliver: 4824 *Regional District Area 'C': 3473 *Osoyoos Indian Band: 900
of Osoyoos Indian Band - Order of BC * Julie Skinner, 2002 Bronze Medal at Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah (Kelly Law team) * Alison Smith, CBC TV anchor, graduate of SOSS * Travis Turner, Actor, lead role in the 2011 film Marley & Me: The Puppy Years. Climate Oliver has a semi-arid climate (BSk (Semi-arid climate)) with hot, dry summers and cool winters.
: www.heihe.gov.cn footnotes ; "Black River") is a prefecture-level city of northern Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China, located on the Russian border, on the south bank of the Amur River, across the river from Blagoveshchensk. Heihe has an urban
important places in the region, on a 1706 French map Heihe, formerly Aihui or Aigun, is among one of the five oldest cities in Heilongjiang, along with Tsitsihar, Yilan (Yilan County, Heilongjiang), Acheng (Acheng District) and Hulan (Hulan District). Human beings started to settle in Heihe region as early as the Paleolithic Age, around the end of the 1st or the beginning of the 2nd millennium AD. c 2697&
of the Siberian high, and warm, wet summers, due to the East Asian monsoon. Based on data from 1971–2000, the monthly daily mean temperature in January, the coldest month, is to
, operated by the Chatham-Kent Family Health Team, opened in 2012. http: ckfht.ca news dresden-healthcare-on-the-mend Climate and Geography The climate is mild, being classified as humid continental (Köppen climate classification ''Dfb'') that closely borders on the Dfa climate type. Summer days can be hot and humid with a July high of . In an average summer, temperatures exceed or reach
on 16 days per year. Winters are cold with a January high of for 1–3 days during winter. Dresden is not located in the snowbelt region which begins near London, Ontario, causing winter precipitation
to be generally low and snow cover to be intermittent throughout the season. The average annual snowfall is only .
H3llBot Climate The climate of Jastrebarsko is classified as maritime temperate (Oceanic climate) with a slightly drier winter (''Cfwbx'' in Köppen climate classification system (Köppen climate classification#GROUP C: Temperate mesothermal climates)). The city experiences four separate seasons. Winters are mild and summers are cool and the dry season spans through the winter and early spring. The average January low is around , while the July high
tends to be near ). There are scientifically documented claims that the global warming affects the climate in Jastrebarsko by increasing average yearly temperature by 1.2 °C (2.1 °F).
clanak&id_clanak_jezik 41167 title Weather conditions in Jastrebarsko and its surroundings in the years 2002, 2003 and 2004 date 2006-10-09 last Milković first Juraj author2 Medvedović, Juraj work Forest Research Institute in Jastrebarsko accessdate 2009-01-24 language Croatian, abstract in English
one might expect. The resort town features “spring-like” temperatures throughout the year, with mild summers and cool winters. However, by Brazilian standards, the town is downright cold. In summer, maximum temperatures average 24°C 75°F and minimum temperatures average 13°C 55°F. In winter, maximum temperatures average 18°C 64°F and minimum temperatures average 4°C 39°F. Temperatures drop below zero sometimes in winter (lowest ever recorded: -7.3°C 19°F), but snow is very rare. Similar
''Hydrangea macrophylla'' blossoming all over the town.
high C 22.8 Feb high C 23.1 Mar high C 22.7 Apr high C 21.1 May high C 19.0 Jun high C 18.0 Jul high C 17.9 Aug high C 19.8 Sep high C 21.0 Oct high C 21.2 Nov high C 21.7 Dec high C 21.7 year high C 20.8 Jan mean C 17.3 Feb mean C 17.5 Mar mean C 16.7 Apr mean C 14.7 May mean C 11.9 Jun mean C 10.1 Jul mean C 9.5 Aug mean C 11.3 Sep mean C 13.4 Oct mean C 14.9 Nov mean C 15.9 Dec mean C 16.6 year mean C 14.2 Jan low
(c. 2,500 mi.) than it is to Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario) (c. 2,580 mi.). Thus, the possibility of utilizing the site for the purpose of intercepting radio signals was deemed to warrant a military presence. In 1956, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), which was expanding its presence throughout the high Arctic with the construction of the Distant Early Warning Line radar network, established a building uphill from the DOT's JAWS station to house "High Arctic
weather station when the parachute for resupplies being airdropped became entangled on the tail of the aircraft. All 9 crew members were killed and are buried west of the airstrip. It was decided to create the burial mound at the end of the runway on the west side. * A C-130 Hercules, part of Operation Boxtop, crashed about from the airfield on October 30, 1991, killing 5 of the 18 passengers and crew. The pilot was conducting a visual approach
and descended into a hill top. Subsequent rescue efforts by personnel from CFS Alert, USAF (United States Air Force) personnel from Thule Air Base 700 km south, and CF 435 & 440 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Edmonton and 424 Squadron in Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, 413 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Greenwood, Nova Scotia were hampered by a blizzard and local terrain. The crash investigation recommended all C-130s be retrofitted with ground proximity detectors. The crash