Warming Up! Less Wind! More Sun!
A frost advisory was issued Thursday afternoon by Environment Canada for areas north and west of the city. Temperatures Thursday night could fall below zero from Airdrie north to Olds, and from Cochrane through Cremona, Sundre, and Caroline, all the way to Rocky Mountain House. As a ridge of high pressure moves in from the Pacific, we can expect sunnier and warmer weather in the days ahead. Temperatures will climb to the high teens tomorrow, with a chance of showers in the foothills. Sunshine will become dominant over the next few days, and the atmosphere will stabilize. That said, there will still be a chance of thunderstorms Saturday afternoon, but afterward, we're into warm, sunny, and benign weather.
Thursday night: Clear, wind West 20 km/h, low 5
Friday: Partly sunny, wind NW 20 km/h, high 19
Saturday: Mostly sunny, chance of afternoon thunderstorms, high 23
Sunday: Sunny, high 22
Monday: Mostly sunny, high 23
Tuesday: Mainly sunny, high 25