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Feb. 1 temperature records broken in Central Alberta


Some Central Alberta communities recorded the warmest Feb. 1 on record this Thursday.

Nordegg set a new record by reaching 13.4 C, which beats the previous mark of 12.2 C that was set in 1935. Records in Nordegg have been kept since 1915.

Sundre recorded a new all-time high for a Feb. 1 at 12.6 C. The previous record of 9.9 C was set in 2020 – records have been kept in this area since 1993.

Three Hills tied its previous record of 12.2 C, set in 1962. The town’s records go back to 1921.

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Sean McIntosh

About the Author: Sean McIntosh

Sean joined the Red Deer Advocate team in the summer of 2017. Originally from Ontario, he worked in a small town of 2,000 in Saskatchewan for seven months before coming to Central Alberta.
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