Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Gusty south winds bringing milder air in..
Strong southerly winds over southern MB are bringing in milder temperatures tonight which will persist into Thursday. Those southerly winds are particularly strong over Winnipeg and the Red River valley tonight with gusts to 60 km/h due to funnelling effects up the Red River valley. This will keep temperatures from falling much below the 10 degree mark tonight.. our normal high for this time of year. On Thursday, gusty southerly winds in the morning will diminish by afternoon and switch into the northwest as a cold front moves through. Temperatures however will climb into the upper teens by early afternoon before the cooler airmass arrives by evening. Note that this same airmass produced record highs in the 25c range over southern AB and southern SK today.
Posted by rob at 9:35 PM
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Yes record highs in Alberta todayReplyDelete
And now it's SNOWING in Calgary.
22c one hour
then a snow and blowing snow a couple hours later!!!