One of Canada’s sunniest cities is expected to see a rather wet start to the summer.
Calgary will be feeling a little bit more like Raincouver throughout the next few days, as the first official week of the new season starts us off with thunderstorms and seemingly constant rainfall.
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The Weather Network is reporting a rather bleak forecast that will see a gorgeous Monday filled with sunshine… before taking a complete 180° and hitting the city with risks of strong thunderstorms on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The oh-so frightening thunder and lightning will be accompanied by a 40% chance of precipitation on Tuesday and a 70% chance on Wednesday, with a total of around 15 mm of rain expected to fall before Thursday comes around.
Thursday and Friday both sit at an 80% chance of rainfall and a total of around 15 to 20 mm.
Saturday might just be the one standout, with a 40% chance of around 1 mm coming down, while Sunday is set to bring a few showers at around 5 mm.
Next week starts off with straight rainfall of around 15 mm… which will honestly do wonders for Calgary’s usually-parched summer greenery, but may put a damper on those start-of-summer plans.
We’re sure the sun will come out
tomorrow eventually — just keep those fingers crossed!