59 years later Red Deer sets new record high on Monday

By Gary McKinnon
September 12, 2017 - 9:14am

RED DEER- With rain in the forecast for the next few days, there were a number of new record highs set across Central Alberta on Monday, September 11.

At the Red Deer Airport the temperature hit  29.2 degrees breaking the old mark of 28.9 that was recorded back in 1958.

Records also fell in Lacombe were it climbed to 29.9, the old record of 28.9 was set in 1946.

Rocky Mountain House hit  28.6 surpassing the 26.7 from 1947.

And in Sundre the temperature topped out at 29.1 degrees beating the old 27.5 set back in 1995.

(Gary McKinnon) 

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