March was a bit chilly across the Canadian provinces this year, but so warm in the territories! Warmest on record for #Yellowknife, Kugluktuk & Inuvik up to an unbelievable 14.4°C above normals!
Happy 20th anniversary, Nunanut! #climate #Arctic #Nunavut pic.twitter.com/MnGqIuBIZj
— Patrick Duplessis (@Pat_wx) April 1, 2019
Meteorologists have said a temperature anomaly of more than 2 C is considered significant – but how about 14.4 C above normal for March 2019!
Inuvik, Northwest Territories – above the Arctic Circle – was the hotspot in Canada’s far north last month.