Mean Temperature Difference from Normal (National)
The title of the map is "Mean Temperature Difference from Normal (National)"
An image of a map which represents Canada in static scale details the mean temperature difference from normal.
The mean temperature differences ranged from zero to -2.0 degrees Celsius from normal for the region encompassing northeastern Alberta, most of Saskatchewan and the southeastern to northwestern portions of Manitoba. All other regions experienced no difference, to above normal temperature difference from normal.
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