As school is back in full swing and summer only has a few days left, Fall is closing in. 

Jesse Wagar, a Meteorologist with Environmental and Climate Change Canada explains what the weather will be like for the next couple of days. 

“We are getting into September now, so daylight hours are getting shorter and nights are getting cooler. We are forecasting some overnight lows getting close to that zero mark, particularly Friday evening into early Saturday morning. 

Right now, it is forecasted the low for Friday night is minus one, so make sure to cover the gardens. 

Even though the rest of the week looks a bit cooler, it will warm up just in time for the weekend. 

“Luckily, we are in for a bit of an increase in daytime high temperatures over the weekend. It looks like a beautiful weekend for most areas of central and southern Alberta, where the daytime highs are going to be back into the mid-20-degree range.” 

With Airdrie’s latest heatwave in the past, Wagar says we more than likely won't see any more of those long hot periods but might get the odd day or two. 

Wagar mentioned usual daytime highs will be around 17 degrees with nighttime lows being around the one-to-three-degree range. 

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