Does the temperature profile follow a normalized curve?

You decide.

This is for the 29 stations for all across Canada. I took each station’s baseline and subtracted the TMax for every day to get anomalies. I then created a matrix of how many days are at each interger deviation from the baseline per year. Years as columns, deviation degrees as rows and the intersection the number of days. I then did a percent calculation for each cell. That is, the percent of days for each year for each degree deviation (cleans up years with fewer days due to missing data). I then created a bell graph for each year and made this animation. Keep in mind that the area under the bars adds up to 100% for every year.

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About J. Richard Wakefield

J. Richard Wakefield has published three fiction novels, Blinding White Flash, Blinding White Flash Invasion and The Barn. The sequel to The Barn, The Cunningham Arrests, is going to the publisher in 2015. He was a firefighter for 22 years in Toronto, and a professional computer programmer for 25 years. He lives with his wife, Dorothy, in Southwestern Ontario.
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