Windsor Breaks Record For No Snow In December

Monday December 29th, 2014

Posted at 6:07pm


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This December was a record breaking month for Windsor — the first December on record with no snow recorded.

According to Environment Canada’s Warning Preparedness Meteorologist, Geoff Coulson, weather observations at the Windsor International Airport began back in 1940.

The previous record for the least amount of snow was in December of 1943. That year 1.3cm of snow was recorded.

As we get into the months of January and February, Coulson believes the weather will return to “winter-like” conditions. It is likely for temperatures to be colder than normal during the midst of January.

These temperatures will allow for potential snowfall, he said.

According to Coulson, at this point Windsor will not receive as much snow as last year.

“The combinations of both depth of snow and cold that we saw last year, [doesn’t] look like it will be as likely for these particular months of January and February,” said Coulson.

It is indicated that Windsor can see normal levels of snow for these upcoming months.

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