Overnight lows on the western Prairies dropped lower over the weekend, on Sunday reaching -6 C around Lethbridge and Brooks, -5 C around Kindersley and Rosetown, -3 C around Moose Jaw, North Battleford and Meadow Lake, -2 C around Calgary and Medicine Hat, 4 C around Edmonton and Grande Prairie, 5 C around Saskatoon, Yorkton, Estevan and Melfort, 6 C around Fort St. John, Brandon and Swan River and 10 C around Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie and Winkler.
Highs at WeatherFarm stations on Sunday climbed to 20 C around Fort St. John, 17 C around Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Brooks, 15 C around Saskatoon and Whitecourt, 13 C around Prince Albert, Swift Current, Lloydminster, Melfort and Swan River, 11 C around Steinbach, Yorkton, Portage la Prairie and Weyburn and 10 C around Brandon, Winkler, Estevan and Dauphin.
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