Hail

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1. Average number of days per year with hail, based on data from 1971-2000 (Provincial Overview). Source: Environment Canada, 2003a
2. Total number of potentially damaging hail events grouped by Environment Canada public forecast regions, based on data from 1979-2009. Source: Environment Canada, 2010a.
3. Average number of days per year with hail (warm months only), based on data from 1977-1993 (Provincial Overview). Source: Etkin, D. and S.E. Brun, 2001
4. Average number of days per year with hail (warm months only), based on data from 1977-1993 (Southern Ontario). Source: Etkin, D. and S.E. Brun, 2001

Sources
Environment Canada, 2003a. National Climate Data and Information Archive. Available online: http://climate.weatheroffice.ec.gc.ca/climate_normals/index_e.html
Environment Canada, 2010a. Internal. Data Courtesy of Phil Chadwick.
Etkin, D. and S.E. Brun, 2001. « Canada’s Hail Climatology: 1977-1993 ». Institute for Catastropic Loss Reduction Paper Series No. 14, Toronto, Ontario.

Data from hazards.ca

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