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Knock on wood, but it looks like Calgary will be making it through 2020 without any summer snowfall.
The warmest season of the year officially ends Tuesday, September 22, and the forecast leading up to that fateful day is looking like nothing but warm days and sunny skies, according to The Weather Network.
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Monday may see a small chance of rain — though a 40% chance of seeing less than 1 mm isn’t much to worry about — and the rest of the week clears right up.
Temperatures won’t quite reach the highs that we saw earlier this season but will, at the very least, hover around the high teens to keep things from getting too cool as we welcome fall.
Friday and Saturday will bring the highs of the week with temperatures reaching upwards of 20°C and 21°C, respectively, while Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will see the chilliest nights as lows are expected to hit 5°C.
If the start of this fall is anything like last year, Calgarians will need to dig those snow boots, toques, and mittens out of the basement before the end of the month — but we’ve got our fingers crossed that snow will wait until at least October.
It’s the least Mother Nature could do after such a rough first half of the year.