Okay, okay, nobody panic.
While it might have started feeling like it was freaking November in Calgary over the past few days, that doesn’t mean that summer is actually over.
The cold front that plunged YYC temperatures down to the single digits has evidently passed, as The Weather Network’s weekly forecast is calling for the return of sunshine and highs in the 20s — so we’ve still got some summer weather on its way this September.
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The last month of the sunny season has always been a fickle one for Calgary, with the city even seeing some snow by the end of September 2019.
We can’t say for sure that a dusting isn’t in the cards this month, but we’re safe for the next seven days, it seems.
This Tuesday will bring temps back up to a reasonable 17°C, though the morning will feel a little closer to -1°C as we shake off yesterday’s frigidity.
The real sunshine will return on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, when the forecast calls for nothing but sunshine and highs of 23°C on Hump Day and 24°C to close out the work week.
The weekend will cool down slightly thanks to some showers on Saturday seeing a high of just 19°C, though Sunday will live up to its name by seeing mainly sunny skies and a high of 23°C.
That high will continue on into Monday, and next Tuesday drops back down to 19°C.
It might not quite be the kind of weather needed to get one last tan in, but we’re just happy that the weather agency isn’t seeing any September snowfall on the horizon.