To say it has been a chilly October in Calgary would be an understatement.
The month kicked off while we were still buried under a few feet of snow following September’s record-breaking snowfall, and while the sun did manage to come out for a bit, it wasn’t long before the snowy weather came back with a vengeance.
Any Calgarian worth their road salt knows that there are a few icy months ahead of us before we’re completely safe from getting pummeled by snowstorms at the drop of a hat, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the warm(er) days when they do show up.
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Wednesday is expected to be one of those outliers, bringing sunshine and a much needed high of 16°C with it to warm our frozen bones, according to The Weather Network’s weekly forecast.
The nighttime low will only get down to 5°C on Wednesday night, and the rest of the week will hover around -3°C t0 1°C at night and highs of between 7°C and 13°C for the following days.
It’s no Stampede sunshine, by any means, but it’ll likely be enough to melt whatever snow might be remaining in the more shaded parts of YYC — so enjoy it while you can!