After much of the southern Prairies received varied amounts of rainfall, the clouds cleared for the sun to do its part on July 21– and in a big way. Southern Alberta near Brooks, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge recorded a temperature of 30 C with Weyburn and Estevan in Saskatchewan recording temperatures as high as 31 C. After southern Manitoba’s recent storm-related rainfall on July 20, temperatures ranging between 28 and 30 C were appreciated to help deal with excessive moisture.
Accumulated CHUs as of July 21 across the Prairie provinces (see map) vary widely from province to province with Alberta seeing a range of 1090 to 1360, Saskatchewan ranging from 1360 to 1495, and Manitoba ranging from 1410 to 1680.
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To learn more about the CoCoRaHS system that generates the precipitation map below – or if you’d like to make this map even better by becoming a CoCoRaHS volunteer – check out the CoCoRaHS website.