Feeling a little bit of weather déjà vu this morning? Don’t worry, this isn’t a Groundhog Day scenario.
It’s just November in Calgary.
More flurries are on the way for the city of Calgary and surrounding area so on Wednesday morning, so make sure your windshield scrapping arm is warmed up and ready to go.
Environment Canada says it will be a cloudy day in the early hours, clearing around noon. Wednesday’s high is a forecasted -4 C. Expect a wind chill of -14 C in the morning, climbing a bit of -9 C in the afternoon.
Wednesday’s overnight low will be around -9C with a windchill near -13 C in the evening.
Thursday should bring sunny skies and slightly warmer temperatures to the city, but don’t break out the Hawaiian shirt just yet as the high is only a forecasted -3 C.
|Today’s High||-4 C|
|Tonight’s Low||-13 C|
|Average High||4.9 C|
|Average Low||-7.1 C|
|Historic High||21.2 C in 1999|
|Historic Low||-28.9 in 1973|
|Tomorrow’s High||-3 C|
|Tomorrow’s Low||-8 C|
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