Temperatures on the southern Prairies continued in a relatively warm range over the weekend, as highs Sunday reached 15 C around Lethbridge and Medicine Hat and around Maple Creek in southwestern Saskatchewan, but hit just -1 C around Grande Prairie and Fort St. John, +1 C around North Battleford and +5 C around Roblin and Russell in western Manitoba.
Lows on Sunday dropped to -8 C around Shaunavon and Shellbrook in western Saskatchewan, -6 C around Calgary and Red Deer and -3 C around Edmonton, Lethbridge and Grande Prairie, but hit just +2 C around Moose Jaw, Kindersley and Rosetown, Sask. and +4 C around Winnipeg.
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