Rain, rain, go away.
It has been a dreary few days out here in YYC, with what seems like non-stop rain drowning out any semblance of our dwindling summer. And while Calgarians may be pessimistically waiting for the snowshoe to drop with some September snowfall, the opposite is (apparently) on the horizon.
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The Weather Network’s seven-day forecast is calling for an end to grey skies, rainy days, and single-digit temperatures, with summer expected to come back in full force by this Thursday.
September 12 is forecast to see a high of 20°C with mainly sunny skies and a possibility of precipitation at just 20%.
Friday follows up with a similar high, though that chance of showers increases to 40% before dropping once more to 30% for Saturday.
Sunday and Monday will be decent days as far as the weather is concerned, showing a slight cooling by dropping to highs of 19°C and 15°C, respectively.
Still, a relatively dry and warm weekend for Calgary means that you’ve got (at least) one last chance to live your best Calgary summer — before the real cold hits.