July on average was exactly like last year, according to Environment Canada.
 
The average temperature in the Fort —taking into account daytime highs and overnight lows— was 19 degrees celsius.
 
"Interestingly enough, it was exactly the same as July was in 2016, which also had a 19 degree average for the whole month," commented Environment Canada meteorologist Dan Kulak.
 
The Fort was slightly above average, based on statistics from 1981 to 2010, the average temperature was 17.7 degrees celsius.
 
As usual, some epic storms rocked the Fort along with heat waves and smoke covered the city.

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