Temperature ranges on the northwestern Prairies remained in a relative deep freeze Monday as highs touched -20 C around Fort St. John and Peace River, -9 C around Melfort and Meadow Lake, -5 C around Edmonton, Saskatoon and Dauphin, 3 C around Winnipeg and Regina, 4 C around Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, 5 C around Brandon, Moose Jaw and Swift Current and 7 C around Estevan and Shaunavon.
Lows at WeatherFarm stations on Monday dropped to -27 C around Grande Prairie and Dawson Creek, -21 C around Edmonton, Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Lloydminster, -19 C around Saskatoon and Weyburn, -15 C around Prince Albert and Yorkton and -9 C around Calgary, Lethbridge, Brandon, Selkirk and Morden.
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