A parade of Low pressure systems will travel in a line from the Alaska Panhandle to northern Manitoba for the next few days. As the lows pass by to the north, the'll generate a lot of snow for the Northwest Territories. Here in our area, south of the seriies of lows, we'll end up with a mild westerly flow (mostly). We're in the warm sector as the first low passes on Tuesday, and our temperatures could reach 20. The next low follows in line on Wednesday, giving us another warmer than average day. In the afternoon on Wednesday, the Low to the north will drag a cold front through the area, and it may kick off some scattered showers, with cooler weather to follow on Thursday.
Monday night: Clear, low 6 Tuesday: Mostly sunny, wind West 20g40 km/h, high 20 Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chance of afternoon showers, high 18 Thursday: Sunny, high 6 Friday: Sunny, high 14 Saturday: Sunny, high 17