The colder temperatures pushing eastward over the Prairies show no sign yet of warming or levelling off at the western end of the region. Lows Thursday dropped to -30 to -32 C in the Peace region, -29 C around Estevan and Meadow Lake, Sask. and around Virden and Roblin in western Manitoba, and -26 C around Edmonton and Brooks. (We’re still checking out that odd patch on the WeatherFarm maps in far southern Manitoba.)
Highs on Thursday rose to -7 C around Winnipeg and -13 C around Brandon and Dauphin, but hit just -20 C around Calgary, Saskatoon, Red Deer and Prince Albert and -24 to -26 C in much of the Peace region.
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