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Record Start to the Hail Season in Canada

The 2024 hail season is off to a record start across Canada, according to the Weatherlogics national hail database. Weatherlogics has been tracking national hail data since 2017, and 2024 has already more than doubled the previous record of 175 reports in 2017. Here is a chart of reports by

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Canadian Hail Data at Weatherlogics

Understanding Hail in Canada: Weatherlogics Leads the Way Canada is known for its extreme weather, and hailstorms are a significant part of that story. At Weatherlogics, we have positioned ourselves as leaders in collecting and analyzing data on these damaging storms. Our daily data collection serves as the foundation for

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What Happened to El Niño?

The Prairies are in the midst of record cold weather. Alberta has seen air temperatures plummet as low as -50 C, causing record electrical use. In Saskatchewan, there have been widespread temperatures in the -40s. Manitoba has been the “warmest” of the three Prairie provinces, but temperatures have still regularly

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Transportation

Transportation Pilot Project

Why did we take on this project? Road safety is of critical importance to all Canadians. In a large country like Canada, many of us spend countless hours on the road each year. And as a winter country, our roads often become treacherous during severe weather.  Aviva Canada launched their

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Agriculture

2022 Summer Outlook

Weatherlogics has released its outlook for Summer 2022! The outlook covers the expected weather across the Canadian Prairies for the growing season. We held a webinar to discuss our outlook on March 29, 2022. You can watch the webinar at the link below: Watch Webinar The main concern going into

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Agriculture

Canadian Prairies: 2021 Final Severe Weather Summary

The Prairie hail season has now mostly come to an end. There may still be occasional small hail events, but severe storms are uncommon after September. Given that the bulk of the season is now in the books, we have compiled a summary of the 2021 season. Across the Prairies,

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