Temperatures soar above freezing today in the Rockies and Foothills – including Banff, Jasper and Calgary. Double-digit highs for Lower Mainland and Southern Interior British Columbia today and Tuesday. Dense fog this morning in Southeast Alberta degrades to abundant sunshine.
A broad area of high pressure combined with plentiful sunshine, and light changeable winds, will send temperatures soaring above freezing today and Tuesday across Southern British Columbia and Southern Alberta.
Overnight-lows in Calgary, Red Deer, Airdrie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat – and much of Southern Alberta were close to or below negative 10c. The same locales today will be in the upper single digits. The warm above seasonal weather will persist into Tuesday. Temperatures will (once again) fall well below freezing tonight, quickly rising into the upper single digits Tuesday Afternoon. Pleasant temperatures are expected to persist for much of the week.
Much of the same conditions is expected for Southern British Columbia. Locales in the Lower Mainland – including Abbotsford can expect highs in the teens today.
Forecast daytime-high temperatures Monday, March 12, 2018. Zoom-in on mobile to navigate to your location. Courtesy of darksky.net
Forecast daytime-high temperatures Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Zoom-in on mobile to navigate to your location. Courtesy of darksky.net
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