CALGARY – The temperature in Calgary climbed high enough on Tuesday to top a century-old weather record.
According to Environment Canada, the previous record high for Calgary on April 19 was recorded at the Calgary International Airport in 1910 when it was 26.7 C.
Calgary had tied that record by 2 p.m. and beat it at around 5 p.m. by reaching 27.5 C.
According to Environment Canada, the lowest temperature recorded on April 19 was in 1927 when it was -20.6 C.
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