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Wild Weather Quiz

1) In what year was there fog for 85 of the 92 days of June, July and August in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia?
a) 1965
b) 1985
c) 1967
d) 1927

2) How much ice accumulated during the Fraser Valley Ice Storm of 1917?
a) 5 cm
b) 20 cm
c) 1 cm
d) 10 cm

3) When was the warmest January 14th on record in Hamilton, ON
a) 1950
b) 1930
c) 1989
d) 1995

4) Where did it rain mud?
a) Miramichi, New Brunswick
b) Chicoutimi, Quebec
c) Provost, Alberta
d) Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

5) What was the temperature the day Expo '67 opened in Montreal?
a) 22 celcius
b) 15 celcius
c) 13 celcius
d) 2 celcius


Answers to Wild Weather Quiz
1) 1967
2) 8 to 10 cm
3) 1995 at 15.6 degrees celcius
4) Provost, Alberta on June 13, 1930
5) 13 celcius

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