1901 Winnipeg records a low of -38.2C, the lowest low recorded around the British Empire in 1901.By way of comparison, Winnipeg's coldest night in 2001 was about -34C recorded on 11th February and the record low here is -45C recorded on February 18th 1966.
The same storm produced a fall of 53cm snow at Moncton, NB. Temperatures at Hall Beach, NT were -46C and winds 61km/h and at Pelly Bay, NT -51C and 56km/h.
The resulting wind chills were -73 and -77 respectively.
The wave was 15-18m high and moved at 90-110km/h and was the largest wave to hit Newfoundland since 1929 when a tsunami hit Burin peninsula.
1992 A storm over the Maritimes produced snow, rain, freezing rain and winds gusting to more than 100km/h.
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2000 Nova Scotia's worst blizzard in nearly a decade with 20-35cm snow falling.
Snow up to 65cm deep lay at various points during this time.
During this time a series of intense snowstorms affected the city dumping in total 118.4cm snow on the city. Click here to find out what the weather's doing right now in Toronto.
On the same day 113cm snow fell in Terrace, BC, 14cm more than had ever been recorded here before. Temperatures were around -5C with winds very close to 75km/h and conditions were partly cloudy.