July 22 - It's all downhill from here.

And we're done.

It's a little tough to pick exactly which date is the top of Edmonton's yearly temperature rollercoaster, but July 22 is about as close as it gets.

Of all the various historic temperatures - highs, lows, averages, quartiles - they all turn around either today or tomorrow. Those horizontal lines on the charts are just there to make it easier to line-up the July 22 values against the other days.

Now we start heading down-down-down until roughly January 29 when things will bottom out. Overnight lows below freezing are 2-3 months away, and daytime highs below freezing are 3-4 months out. Make the most of the summer, everyone.

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