Only in the last articles, we write about anomalous real-feel temperatures up to -91°F / -68°C in Alaska /https://mkweather.com/winter-in-alaska-real-feel-temperature-91f-68c// and updated ECMWF 6-week outlook for the USA (and Canada, Mexico: https://mkweather.com/rcmwf-6-week-forecast-for-the-usa-until-4-april-2022-winter-until-the-half-of-march-then-very-warm-spring/).
About a peak of Winter 2021/2022 in Eastern Canada, we informed lastly in this article /https://mkweather.com/quebec-hit-extreme-frosts-up-to-480c-ottawa-reported-the-lowest-temperature-since-1996-318c-and-experiences-with-the-coldest-january-since-2004//.
Extremely cold air from Alaska in the last period was shifting above Eastern Canada, with a result of the next anomalous coldwave.
In Lac Benoît, Quebec, Canada, only -47,2°C (-53°F) was on 14. February 2022 measured.
On 4. February 2022 at the same station -47,7°C was measured, while the all-time monthly record for February has a value of -49,6°C from the year 2015.
In Poste Montagnais, -47,0°C, in Renard -46,8°C, in Bonnard -44,5°C and in Lac Manouane -44,1°C, was measured.
Such was predicted in 6-week ECMWF forecast /link above/, Arctic blasts are expected above Canada, USA, and even parts of Mexico in the following 3 weeks (until the half of March 2022), yet, with the next possible interesting records across the continent.
Parts of Canada experience very cold Winter 2021/2022, while the USA experienced the warmest December on record and the coldest January since 2014, so far /information about December here: https://mkweather.com/december-in-the-usa-was-exceptionally-warm-5f-above-average/; January will be updated already in the next articles/.
Spring and Summer 2022 forecast for the region you will find here /https://mkweather.com/spring-2022-forecast-for-north-america/; https://mkweather.com/summer-2022-forecast-for-north-america-strong-wildfire-season-and-early-hurricane-season-are-predicted//.
Chances for the last peak of Winter 2021/2022 are possible in the following 3 weeks, yet and in the case of the next interesting temperature or snowfall records, we will write about that on Mkweather, soon.