We’re about to see a warm end to what has been quite the snowy October.
When the weather shifted at the mid-point of the month, it looked like winter had come early to Calgary.
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However, even with snow covering the ground and November right around the corner, it appears that fall will be returning for at least a little while, given the warmer temperatures we’ll be seeing this week.
Monday will start things off by peeking above freezing with a high of 2°C this afternoon before dropping back down to a cold — though not painfully cold — -2°C overnight.
Tuesday’s when the real warmth begins, bringing temperature gauges all the way up to 9°C. Tuesday will, however, also bring the only hint of snow all week, with less than 1 cm expected to fall.
Wednesday’s follows up with a high of 4°C, Thursday brings things back up to 9°C, and Friday will be the warmest of the week at a high of 12°C.
That high will; however, feel a little closer to 11°C, but we’re just happy to reach the double-digits here at the tail end of October.
Saturday and Sunday both bring with them highs of 7°C and 8°C and lows of just 0°C and 1°C, respectively.
That provides plenty of time for the current covering of snow to melt away, and we may even see a Halloween that looks closer to fall than winter.
Anyone living in Calgary likely knows that the warm weather can take a turn for the freezing at the drop of a hat around this time of year, though, so be sure to make the most of the warmth while you can!