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Beat the heat: Saskatoon breaks daily temperature record with 29 C afternoon high

Summer is here, unofficially.

Saskatoon broke the May 3 daily temperature record based on records going back more than 100 years. The temperature hit 29 C as of 3 p.m. 166 more words

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Last month was the coldest April in 20 years

It’s official, the weather last month sucked.

An Environment Canada senior climatologist said last month was Windsor’s coldest April in 20 years.

“It was very much more winter-like than spring-like,” said David Phillips. 315 more words

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Warm weather on the way for Saskatchewan

Don’t gloat, David Phillips asks us.

The Environment Canada climatologist and weather guru light-heartedly begins an interview by pointing out that weather in Central Canada has been, and still is, lousy: unseasonably cool and grey, for at least the next week. 512 more words

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Phillips departing Coventry?

Coventry City defender Aaron Phillips looks likely to be leaving The Sky Blues at the end of the current season.

Phillips’ father, David, who won the FA Cup with City in 1987 has tweeted this morning; 110 more words

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RIP David Phillips

Chris and I would like to take a moment to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of David Phillips. For those who don’t know him, he was an owner of… 217 more words

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Coventry City: Nightmares of the Past Too

Originally published November 2014

One of the few shocks in the first round of the F.A. Cup this weekend came at Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena where the home succumbed to 2-1 defeat at home to Conference North side Worcester City, their cause not helped by a foolish sending off of their young keeper Lee Burge. 896 more words

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Rainiest March on record for Windsor but don't put away the snow shovel yet

Three landmark rainy days have gushed this month into the record books as Windsor’s wettest March.

“I just wondered if you people are building an ark,” Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips said Tuesday after he checked the Windsor totals and records dating back to 1940. 551 more words

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