Things are about to get chilly in Calgary.
While we may have been enjoying the double-digit temperatures over the past week or so, the sunny weather unfortunately is not meant to last.
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Temperatures are expected to plummet back to late-fall levels later this week, according to the seven-day forecast from The Weather Network.
Calgarians will be able to enjoy a few more warm days first, however, with Monday reaching a high of 14°C and Tuesday hitting temperatures of 12°C.
Tuesday night will bring the first bit of snow with it as well as 1 to 3 cm is expected to fall when all is said and done.
Wednesday follows up with an additional 2 to 4 cm and a high of just 2°C.
The skies will clear on Thursday, though temperatures will drop again to highs of just 0°C, a high that will be echoed on Friday when it will feel closer to -4°C.
Saturday and Sunday both bring scattered flurries and highs of -1°C. With around 1 cm of snow falling each day we wouldn’t worry too much about breaking out the snow shovel… yet.