Edmonton forecast: We canceled winter and went straight into spring

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On Monday morning the temperatures at Edmonton Blatchford station were 2 ° C with a wind from the southwest of 12 km / h.

It won’t be like this forever, but it’s still very beautiful outside. It looks like the cool weekend temperatures will reappear, but even then it’s only -10 ish. Hope your weekend was good and you stayed safe and aloof.

While enjoying the warm weather, I hope there will still be snow for Christmas. I always enjoyed the snow at Christmas. Turned on my lights yesterday and found that I have a lot more outdoor Halloween decorations than Christmas, that should probably remedy one day.

Well that’s pretty much it I guess.

Does Lisa need a coat (and mittens)?

On a day like today, that’s a tough question.

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A coat?

Yes, I would still recommend a coat, even if it can be warmer than usual, a coat is always a good idea.

Gloves?

I mean what are your plans for your hands? My guess is, no, she doesn’t need mittens, BUT if she’s going to play in the remnants of the snow then yes.

It’s really up to you, Lisa, I’m only here for general advice.

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Today’s forecast

Today: A mixture of sun and clouds. This afternoon the wind is blowing southwest at 20 km / h. High 7. UV index 1 or low.

This evening: Mostly cloudy. Wind from the southwest at 20 km / h will be weak this evening. Low plus 1.

Tomorrow: Cloudy. High plus 4.

Sunrise: 8:36 a.m.

Sunset: 4:16 pm

Normals

Average high: -5 C.

Average low: -13 C.

Yesterday

Max: 7.7 C.

At least: -5.5 C.

Total precipitation: 0.0 mm

On this day (1996-2019)

Highest temperature: 7.7 C (2017)

Lowest temperature: -30.7 C (2013)

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