Call it "May-vember."
Hamiltonians woke up to — or slept through — record cold temperatures on Saturday morning.
According to Environment Canada, readings at the Hamilton International Airport ebbed to 2 degrees Celsius at around 6 a.m. (Yes, June is only one week away.)
The city's previous record low for May 25 — 2.6 degrees — was recorded on this date in 1992.
Things warmed up, though, hitting double digits by mid-morning. Environment Canada predicts a sun-filled day with a closer-to-seasonal high of 15 degrees.
Oh, and the weather in Hamilton exactly one year ago?
Let's just say it was a balmy one and leave it at that.