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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Temperatures climb in Nova Scotia at the end of the year

Temperatures Climb In Nova Scotia

Two Nova Scotia biologists showed that the average temperature in rural areas has increased over the last 60 years.

Also has increased significantly since 1998. Researchers at the University of St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, North America, analyzed Environment Canada data from 16 locations beyond the region to document temperature norms, the average temperature in a given area over 30 years.

David Garbary and Nicholas Hill found that in Halifax, the Annapolis Valley, and west of Cape Breton, the average temperature increase from 1998 to 2020 was more than 1°C higher than the values ​​measured between 1961 and 1990. The study, published earlier this year by the Nova Scotia Science Institute, said monthly analyzes showed the fall temperature rise was evident.

The data shows that the first snow in the province appears at the end of the year.

Nova Scotia biologists

Garbary and Hill also note that the average temperature rise in the coastal regions of the Atlantic Ocean was even higher than inland and was between 1.2°C and 1.6°C higher than usual over the past few decades.

Halifax has no significant seasonal fluctuations in the frequency of wet days (that is, days with more than 0.04 inches of rainfall or water equivalent).

Incidence varies between 23% and 33%, with a mean of 28%.

We name between those who experience only rain, only snow, or a mixture of both on wet days. For example, the rainy month in Halifax alone in May, with an average of 9.2 days. Based on this categorization, the most common form of rainfall throughout the year is just rain, with a maximum probability of 31% on June 2.

To show variation within months rather than just monthly amounts, we offer the precipitation that accumulates over a rolling 31-day period centered around each day of the year. As a result, Halifax has significant seasonal variations in monthly rainfall.

It rains all year round in Halifax. The rainy month in Halifax is November, with an average rainfall of 10 millimeters. The rainiest month in Halifax is February, with an average rainfall of 2 millimeters.

Source: Global News

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