Out to the east coast we go, all the way to our easternmost weather station in St. John's Newfoundland, where the records go back to 1942. If you're hoping for a little global warming to take the chill out of the air, tough luck. The climate record is as flat as a rock.
The daytime highs reached a maximum in 1983 and the nighttime minimum reached a high in 1969. The cold records have been set in the years since.
Total precipitation since 1942 shows no sign of letting up either:
The amount of snowfall seems to be holding up. Of the 4 years since 1942 when more than 5 meters fell, two were after 2000 (note the 2019 total looks low but the year is incomplete):
And despite great rhetorical gusts about an increase in extreme weather, wind speed is not going up. Instead as in many Canadian cities it's steady or going down:
As is the maximum wind gust:
No climate emergency here, even if we squint at the graphs.