Calgarians can expect to see a bit of snow as we head further into this week, with the forecast calling for scattered flurries between Wednesday and Friday.
It probably won’t come as much surprise to residents of YYC that the weather is taking a turn for the frigid this week, with temperatures dropping down to around -14°C by Thursday.
- These are the 25 worst cities in Canada for bed bugs
- New regulations on food safety implemented across Canada today
- Canada Post worker caught not even attempting to deliver package (VIDEO)
With the cold comes a chance of precipitation and, at temperatures as low as those, no one around here is seriously expecting anything other than snow (well, maybe hail, or freezing rain).
Environment Canada pegs the chance of flurries at 30% Tuesday night and Wednesday day, though that will then increase to a 70% chance the entire day through on Thursday and 60% by Wednesday.
The Weather Network, on the other hand, calls for a 40% chance of snow from Wednesday through Friday.
Long story short: Get ready for a few flakes over the coming days, and make sure to bundle up if you need to spend an extended amount of time outdoors.
Trust us, your toes will thank you!