It’s no snowstorm, but it’ll definitely start feeling like fall in Calgary this week.
Following what has been an unusually warm September — especially given the record-breaking snowfall we saw around this time last year — this second week of October is expected to cool down ever so slightly.
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Rather than the 20+°C days we say throughout last week, this one will bring things down to the low teens, according to The Weather Network.
However, there are a few choice days that will see that summery weather return, including this Monday, which is expected to reach upwards of 22°C.
Tuesday hits a high of 19°C, and Wednesday to 15°C. Both are expected to be mainly sunny.
Thursday will likely spike the thermometers to a high of 21°C and a low of 5°C, while Friday will bring one of the cooler days of the week with a high of just 13°C that feels like 12°C.
That crisp fall day will bring a mix of sun and clouds, meaning it may be the perfect day for a visit to the pumpkin patch.
Saturday warms right back up to a high of 18°C, and then Sunday echoes Friday’s forecast with a high of just 13°C.
So while you may need to pick and choose which days you decide to thrown on the toque and scarf with a PSL in hand (without completely overheating), this week may mark a turning point in the fall weather ahead.