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Weather Calgary: A cold end to 2018 but warmer days on the go



Saturday saw some temperatures better than average in cities with a height of 2 C, but Environment Canada called for a cold end for 2018. Hundreds of people watched fireworks from the top of the Calgary Tower during the New Year's Eve countdown ball and fireworks at the Olympic show Plaza on Sunday, December 31, 2017 and Monday, January 1, 2018 in Calgary, Alta.

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You want to stay bundled today because mercury will drop significantly in Calgary.

Saturday saw some temperatures better than average in cities with a height of 2 C, but Environment Canada called for a cold end for 2018.

It rains on Sunday mornings and winds that blow up to 50 km / h will be accompanied by falling temperatures throughout the day, with Sunday afternoon temperatures at -6 C and -23 C low with the afternoon breeze.

There is a possibility that 30 percent of the busyness will continue until Monday and cooler temperatures are expected to last on New Year's Eve with low temperatures of -11 C.

New Year's Day on the other hand is likely to be a good start for 2019 with daytime highs of 0 C and low overnight only -1 C.

And warmer weather will last until Thursday next week when high estimates will be 10 C.

The Canadian environment issues snow blowing advice for southern parts of Alberta including Drumheller, Brooks, Strathmore, Olds, Lethbridge and Taber.

There are also extreme cold weather warnings for the northeastern part of the province on Sunday mornings, so don't forget a few extra layers if you travel north for the new year.

Temperature

High today-6 C
Low tonight-15 C
High Average-2.5 C
Low Average-14.8 C
High Historic10.6 C in 1963
Low Historic-37.2 C in 1923
Tomorrow High -7 C
Low tomorrow -12 C

Weather warning?

There are blowing snow warnings and extreme cold weather warnings that apply to some parts of the province.

You can check all Alberta weather warnings here. You can also check Canadian weather warnings here.

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