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Friday should bring sun for part of the day, and double-digit temperatures to boot


On Friday, we will finally see sunshine – at least for part of the day.

And our daytime high will make it back into the double digits again.

The atmosphere will still be a little unstable, so there is a chance of isolated showers and a non-severe thunderstorm closer to the supper hours.

Our best chance for a stable day is Saturday.

Sunday and Monday, we run into the chance of late-day pop-up showers again.

The next system arrives Monday night and this one looks like it will be a soaker for parts of southern Alberta.

At this point, it looks like the rain will mainly be in the eastern half, with 30-plus millimetres possible.

Good possibility it will clip the edge of Calgary and bring rain Tuesday through Thursday of next week.

I will keep you posted as the models update as we get closer to next week.

This week, unofficial reporting stations show Canmore got 40 centimetres of snow since Monday. Top Stories

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