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Extremes at Nanoose Bay Elementary School
on May 25

25 May
Nanoose Bay Elementary School
Year Minimum Average St. Dev. Maximum Complete
 °C°C°C°C%
2022 ND ND ND ND 0
20219.314.22.918.3100
202013.114.60.917.2100
201911.414.01.817.3100
201812.016.12.119.9100
20179.915.43.821.3100
201611.214.92.319.6100
201511.614.91.818.1100
201410.211.81.013.7100
20136.611.02.815.5100
201210.816.54.123.0100
20118.811.11.313.3100
20108.811.72.215.5100
20098.413.32.316.8100
200815.018.82.323.9100
20079.415.13.220.1100

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This page displays the extreme temperatures recorded on this day in all available years of data for each site. The observed maximum and minimum are highlighted in red and blue respectively.

Click on the year in the left column to see the stored data. The rightmost column tells you what percentage the expected observations were actually stored and are available for the day. Sometimes data is not available. Such entries will be marked with "ND" for No Data. The current year (the time right now) will always be incomplete because the work to pick out extremes is only performed once per day, in the early morning.

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