More chilly nights ahead for Alberta as a cooler pattern lingers

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More chilly nights ahead for Alberta as a cooler pattern lingers
More chilly nights ahead for Alberta as a cooler pattern lingers

We saw quite the pattern reversal across Western Canada this weekend. A burst of cold air filtered across Alberta, sending temperatures below freezing with heavy snow in the mountains. A little bit of snow even reached the Calgary area. Temperatures will remain below-seasonal through the week, with a few chances for unsettled conditions. More on what to expect to start the week, below.

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MONDAY: A CHILLY START WITH CALMER CONDITIONS

After a raw Sunday that saw the season’s first snowflakes in spots, Thanksgiving Monday will get off to a chilly start for much of Alberta.

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Morning lows will dip below the freezing mark for much of the province.

Temperatures will remain in the upper single digits for most during the day, but we’ll see a repeat of the subfreezing temperatures by Monday night, when the cold air will finally reach communities down near the international border.

LOOK AHEAD: BELOW-SEASONAL TEMPERATURES LOCKED IN THIS WEEK

Beyond, below-seasonal temperatures settle in for all of this week, with seasonal conditions not returning until perhaps the following week.

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Thumbnail courtesy of Melanie McLaughlin, taken in Kinuso, Alta.

Stay tuned to The Weather Network for the latest forecast updates for Alberta.

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