It was a cooler than normal November according to Environment Canada. The weather service says temperatures were 1-2 degree Celsius below normal across the province, except in areas bordering Lakes and Hudson’s Bay. The northern part of the province experienced mid-winter temperatures in the minus 10’s and 20’s from November 9th-11th setting new single-day minimum temperature records. The cold front moved into eastern Ontario by the 11th leaving things 6-10 degrees cooler than normal. Late November brought a warm spell in the Northeast and Southern parts of the province with temperatures 6-10 degrees above normal. Precipitation levels were pretty much normal for the month. Taking a look at December, snow is anticipated in the second and third weeks of the month and temperatures are expected to drop.
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