What the freck?
(Red Deer Alberta, Canada)
Red Deer in the Summer
lol! Are you serious?
"Everybody knows that Canada is always cold" ?!
What kind of baloney do you people learn in school?
I live in central Alberta,
and during the summer is regularly between 100-105 degrees F.
Winter is cold. But summer is hot. Barry's Response
- Hello Alex. Thank your for your response. I trust you understood the tongue-in-cheek nature of my introduction in that invitation to comment that you obviously saw. It was all in jest.
Let's talk a bit about climate, now. The Red Deer weather data comes from YQF, the regional airport serving the city. It is a few miles south-southwest of the Red Deer, towards Calgary. Red Deer has grown rapidly over the past forty years and will soon be approaching 100,000.
Officially, the climate in the area, based on data obtained at this airport, has the Köppen classification Dfb; that means humid subarctic continental climate and it has moderately cool summers (average of daily high and low temperatures are less than 71 degrees F in the warmest month) and no specific dry season.
The coldest winter night of a typical year is about -25 F and the hottest summer afternoon might be 85. That's the airport. Most of these cities have microclimates which can be considerably warmer than the official readings. For instance, the temperature in a mall parking lot can be way higher, 10 degrees easily or even 20, than the surrounding countryside on that summer day.
The urban heat-island-effect
typically causes the interiors of cities to remain a few degrees warmer than ambient conditions year-round, especially in mid-winter. This can happen anywhere.Search
this site for more information now.