Whatever snow may possibly fall in Red Deer on the weekend will melt when it hits the warm ground, says meteorologist Kyle Fougere with Environment and Climate Change Canada. (File photo by ADVOCATE staff)

Weather expected to get warmer next week in Red Deer

It’s going to be a cold weekend, according to Environment Canada.

Saturday will have periods of snow and a daytime high of -11 C, with a nighttime high of -20 C.

Sunday will be sunny with a high of -7 C and a nighttime high of -15 C. With wind chill, it will feel like -28 C in the morning and -12C in the afternoon. There will be a risk of frostbite.

Expect it to become a bit earlier come Monday, when the daytime high is 1 C – though there will be a chance of flurries. The rest of the week will feature daytime highs above 0 C.

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