Sure, it felt warm enough to go to an amusement park at the end of last week, and it will again in a few days. But, much like the rollercoaster above, things will go downhill too.
The week starts off with us going up the incline, as temperatures slowly rise over the next few days. While today will be sunny, thanks to high pressure, clouds will dominate Tuesday and Wednesday as a storm system approaches from the west. A few showers are possible Tuesday morning, but there’s a better chance Tuesday night into Wednesday as a warm front crosses the region. A cold front moves through Thursday morning, which means we start the downhill part of the ride at that point. This is where some of you will start screaming, because even though the rain will end and the sun will return, it will be windy and colder, with temperatures dropping all day. But wait, the thrills don’t end there! An Alberta Clipper comes through the region on Friday, bringing us some light snow (some of you are probably screaming again right now). This isn’t set in stone just yet, as some models have the storm staying just to our south, so we’ll need to keep an eye on this as the week goes on. High pressure builds in for the weekend, with chilly temperatures expected on Saturday. We start the next uphill climb on Sunday as temperatures start to head back up once again.
Monday: Plenty of sunshine, breezy. High 48-55.
Monday night: Increasing clouds, chance for a few showers towards daybreak. Low 30-37.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, a few showers are possible in the morning. High 49-56.
Tuesday night: Cloudy with periods of rain and showers likely. Low 39-46.
Wednesday: Breezy with mild with showers likely, maybe even a thunderstorm. High 58-65.
Thursday: Becoming partly to mostly sunny, windy, and colder. High 45-52 early, then temperatures drop throughout the day.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow. High 31-38.
Saturday: A mix of sun and clouds, windy. High 26-33.
Sunday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 42-49.