WATCH ABOVE: Another beautiful day outside Sunday, as a heat wave continues to linger in Calgary. Tracy Nagai was live outside Sunday morning from Tom Baker Park and has more on the unseasonable conditions.
CALGARY – Day 10 of our city’s heat wave showed a forecast high of 7°C and Calgarians are juicing every last minute of it.
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Two years ago on this day, it was -25°C, so it’s a rare sight to see so many runners along Memorial Drive sweating it out in the ‘winter’ at this time of year.
Sunday night, you can expect some cloud breaking up and a low of 1°C.
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Global’s weather anchor Gemmy Lynne said Monday and Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 9°C on both days and a chance of snow showers or rain in the evening.
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For those in the business of snow, COP had a late start this year and are facing a challenge making snow, since 97 per cent of it is man made. They need it to be at least -3°C for their snow machine.
Out west in Vancouver, they faced wind and rain warnings. Power outages also left some people in the dark. As of 9 a.m. Sunday, there were some snowfall warnings in BC’s interior.
As for out east, winter arrived with a vengeance in New Brunswick. In the height of the storm, power outages affected 30,000 customers.