Cooler temperatures will continue in the Lloydminster area, according to Environment Canada.
“The cool weather is going to continue for at least the next seven days and we are not looking at anything above a daytime high of 12 degrees here for the next week,” says Meteorologist Dan Kulak.
There has been a little bit of snow also showing up in the area. Kulak says 0.2 centimetres of snow has collected in the last few days. However, he says the snowfall is mainly over with warmer temperatures expected.
“I don’t think you’ll see too much more snow here in the next week, but it’s going to take a long time for what’s out there to dry up a bit.”
A chance of flurries is predicted in the forecast Monday with a high of plus five. Kulak says this time of year Lloydminster is experiencing lower than usual temperatures.
“Normal temperatures for Lloydminster area for the middle part of September were highs of around 16 or so. We’re significantly below normal and likely to stay that way for at least the next week,” says Kulak.