We’re in the thick of it now, Calgary.
The short-lived fall season has apparently come and gone for Alberta, launching us straight into the first of many winter-like months.
It may not be the -30°C temperatures that can be expected come January, but this week is still a cold one, plummeting to as low as -1°C by Friday night and with a weekly high of only 9°C.
Add in the fact that five out of the next seven days show a possibility of snowfall and you’ve got yourself the potential for a snow-covered Calgary before the first day of fall even hits.
Calgarians may not be strangers to some September flurries, but we’re going to go ahead and hold out hope that there may be a little warmth left in this summer.
Though we aren’t getting our hopes too high — this is Calgary, after all.