We’re not out of the woods yet, Calgary.
While it may not be quite as intense as last week’s winter storm warning, this week is still expecting to see some snowfall and seriously cold temperatures.
The chance of flurries first arrives on Wednesday morning, evolving into full blown periods of snow by the time Wednesday night rolls around. The chilly -17°C will actually warm up quite a bit, however, as Thursday is expected to see sunny skies and a high of -8°C.
Yeah, we know -8°C isn’t technically “warming up,” but we’ll take what we can get.
Friday arrives with a scorching -4°C – grab the sunscreen and short shorts – with a clear night sky heading into the weekend. More snow has a chance of falling on Saturday and Sunday, though the odds are only at 60%.
You probably won’t have to worry about another snow route parking ban any time soon, but don’t think about putting that snow shovel away just yet, either.