Hotter temperatures moved off much of the Prairies on Wednesday, as highs climbed to 26 C around Winkler, Morden and Carberry, 23 C around Regina, Weyburn and Estevan, 22 C around Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Russell, 18 C around Edmonton and Winnipeg, 15 C around Prince Albert and 10 C around Fort St. John.
Lows at WeatherFarm stations on Wednesday dropped to 3 C around Canmore, 8 C around Lethbridge and Swift Current, 9 C around Edmonton, Regina, Brooks and Minnedosa, 10 C around Prince Albert and Lloydminster, 13 C around Yorkton, Portage la Prairie and Estevan and 14 C around Winnipeg and Melita.
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