It looks like this wintery weather is sticking around for at least another few days.
Our weekend weather forecast is showing below freezing temperatures and a bit of snow is on its way for Calgary between now and Sunday night, proving that fall truly is fleeting up here in YYC.
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According to the forecast, Thursday will likely be the last chance for Calgarians to enjoy above freezing temperatures for the foreseeable future, with a midday high heating all the way up to a scorching 1°C.
That heatwave will dissipate by Friday, however, which will clock in at 0°C at its warmest and -6°C at its coldest.
The same chill will be felt on Saturday, with a high of -1°C, a minimum of -7°C, along with some snow in the works.
Sunday will be the coldest day of the entire weekend with a high of just -5°C and a low dropping down to -10°C.
If you haven’t already tracked down your favourite pair of mittens, toque, and scarf combo, you may want to do so sooner rather than later, because we don’t see a Chinook on its way any time soon.