You might want to consider waking up a little early tomorrow so you have the time to thaw out your car.
Temperatures are expected to plunge significantly below freezing tonight and into the rest of the week, and Environment Canada has just issued a snowfall warning for Calgary and other parts of southern Alberta.
The system that prompted a snowfall warning for Kananaskis Country early Wednesday has since moved east towards Calgary, which will be covered in upwards of 25 cm by Saturday.
Further south, communities near Lethbridge are under a winter storm warning from Environment Canada, with snowfall accumulations of up to 40 cm expected.
Meanwhile, temperatures in Calgary will drop to a low of -8°C for Thursday, but will feel like -16°C later in the night.
If there was ever a time to invest in a solid pair of mittens, this would be it.