Residents may experience a double-digit temperature swing on Sunday.
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is predicting a daytime high of 11 Degrees Celsius, which is well above the average daytime high for November. However, the evening temperatures will plummet over 20 degrees to -10 Degrees Celsius.
This past several days in Airdrie have seen well-above-average daytime highs, including Friday, November 16, which recorded over 15 degrees during the day. The short-term forecast however is predicting much more seasonal temperature this week, ranging from daytime highs between nine and zero degrees, with nighttime lows hovering between minus three and minus 12.
Despite the balmy weather, we haven't managed to break the historical 1936 record which saw November 19 record a 20-degree daytime high.
Currently, there is no snow or rain in the forecast.
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