When it comes to winter weather, Edmonton should come out of the week relatively unscathed, with slight flurries and sunny skies on the horizon.
According to Environment Canada‘s seven-day forecast, snow is expected to continue tonight and into tomorrow before things clear up and the sun comes out again.
Periods of light snow are expected to end this afternoon, followed by mainly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of flurries. A high of 1°C is expected Tuesday.
There is also a 30% chance of flurries early this evening, with periods of snow overnight and into Wednesday morning, with a high of 0°C.
Things are expected to clear up in the afternoon Wednesday and for the most part, stay that way all week — with a sunny weekend expected and a high of 9°C on Saturday, and 5°C on Sunday.
In case things do take a turn for the worse, or if the combination of snow, sun, and low temperatures lead to ice, keep an eye out and keep your sidewalks clear.
Until then, enjoy the sunny skies later this week, while snow warnings remain in effect across other parts of Alberta, and before winter kicks it up a notch — as it is expected to across Canada.