It looks like a chinook is on its way to Calgary — and not a day too soon.
Following the literal snow-maggedon that blanketed the city in up to 45 cm of snow last week, the skies have not been kind to our Albertan city, as additional snowfall has been seen throughout the start of this week.
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The seven-day forecast from Environment Canada shows that there will be some sun in the coming days, with clear skies and 8°C on Thursday — though it is followed by “snow or rain” on Friday and a chilly high of 2°C on Saturday.
Sunday will live up to its name up by seeing some sunshine and a high of 10°C, but next Monday is when the real fun begins.
According to the forecast, Monday, October 15 will feature unblemished skies and a scorching high of 20°C.
You may want to leave your winter jacket at home, because — for at least that one Monday — Calgary will revert back to the late summer weather that already feels like a distant memory.
Mix in the gorgeous temperatures with the colourful landscape that is an autumnal Calgary and you’ve got yourself what may very well be the most beautiful day of the season — so be sure to make the most of it!