A brief weather system is set to go through the west central region today into tomorrow. We talked to Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang about the system.
“There are just a few weak systems ripping through. Nothing much expected of them because they originate from the northwest and more Arctic air, so not a lot of moisture for them, so just probably a dusting of snow with these systems. And then the Ridge of high pressure from the Arctic does push in. So, it will turn a bit colder. Thursday morning is going to be particularly cold with temperatures probably reaching into the mid -20, so wind chills, probably closer to the -30 mark.”
It does look like there is some relief on the way afterwards, as the forecasted high for Saturday is a balmy -3 C.
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