Temperatures stayed relatively spring-like at the western end of the Prairies Tuesday as highs reached +7 C around Lethbridge and Brooks, +3 C around Red Deer and Swift Current, -1 C around Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Fort St. John and Lloydminster, -7 C around Brandon, Yorkton, Estevan and Melfort and -9 C around Portage la Prairie and Moosomin.
Lows at WeatherFarm stations Tuesday dropped to -5 C around Calgary and Lethbridge, -8 C around Swift Current and Rosetown, -13 C around Winnipeg and Lloydminster, -17 C around Brandon, Dawson Creek, Estevan and Humboldt and -23 C around Prince Albert, Melfort and Roblin.
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