It was hot at the end of June throughout much of the Northwest Territories, but no all-time, territory-wide weather records were broken, at least not officially.
During that heatwave a temperature sensor at the Fort Smith airport recorded 39.9 C.
That June 30 temperature could have been a record for the N.W.T., but it’s not been made official because it’s based on data from the wrong temperature sensor.
The official hottest day registered in the Northwest Territories remains 39.5 C in Deline on Thursday, August 6, 2015. That Deline record broke the previous record of 39.4 C recorded in Fort Smith on July 18, 1941, something that has escaped notice on
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