Edmonton weather: show me the sun

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Tuesday morning temperatures at Edmonton Blatchford station report a temperature of -2 C with calm winds.

Well we are getting nice temperatures for the next period while giving ourselves a break from this terrible cold snap that seemed to never end.

I can walk to the mailbox now.

There is usually nothing but spam and invoices, but the option to not freeze being available, I don’t think that will bother me.

It might even be a good idea to shovel my patio because it all looks like a giant swath.

I know the temperature is not very hot but I think enjoying it is a good thing for sure.

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Today’s forecast

Today: Increasing cloudiness early this morning. Wind up to 15 km / h. High plus 2. Wind chill minus 5 this morning.

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Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind up to 15 km / h. Low minus 1. Wind chill minus 3 this evening.

Tomorrow: A mixture of sun and clouds. High plus 5. UV index 1 or low.

Sunrise: 8:46

Sunset: 4:38 p.m.

normal

High average: -8 VS

Medium Low: -16 VS

Yesterday

Maximum: n / A

Min: n / A

Precipitation: n / a mm

On this day (1996-2020)

Highest temperature: 5.6 C in 2010

Lowest temperature: -31.8 C in 1997

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A senior navigates a snowy street in downtown Edmonton on January 10, 2022. (PHOTO BY LARRY WONG / POSTMEDIA)
A senior navigates a snowy street in downtown Edmonton on January 10, 2022. (PHOTO BY LARRY WONG / POSTMEDIA)
Birds of a feather gathered at this bird feeder in Edmonton on January 10, 2022. (PHOTO BY LARRY WONG / POSTMEDIA)
Birds of a feather gathered at this bird feeder in Edmonton on January 10, 2022. (PHOTO BY LARRY WONG / POSTMEDIA)
Finally, a break from cold temperatures as warmer weather brought cross-country skiers to the ski slopes at Victoria Park golf course in Edmonton on January 10, 2022. Ed Kaiser / Postmedia
Finally, a break from cold temperatures as warmer weather brought cross-country skiers to the ski slopes at Victoria Park golf course in Edmonton on January 10, 2022. Ed Kaiser / Postmedia
Heading to the races as a dog walks past a cross-country skier in Victoria Park as warmer weather draws people to Edmonton, January 10, 2022. Ed Kaiser / Postmedia
Heading to the races as a dog walks past a cross-country skier in Victoria Park as warmer weather draws people to Edmonton, January 10, 2022. Ed Kaiser / Postmedia
A helicopter ships supplies for an EPCOR stormwater drainage project in the Highlands neighborhood of Edmonton on Monday, January 10, 2022. The helicopter is transported from a staging area in Floden Park to the job site to reduce environmental impact, according to EPCOR, and the helicopter should be in use for about a week.  Structural repairs to the outfall are scheduled to begin in May 2022. Photo by Ian Kucerak
A helicopter ships supplies for an EPCOR stormwater drainage project in the Highlands neighborhood of Edmonton on Monday, January 10, 2022. The helicopter is transported from a staging area in Floden Park to the job site to reduce environmental impact, according to EPCOR, and the helicopter should be in use for about a week. Structural repairs to the outfall are scheduled to begin in May 2022. Photo by Ian Kucerak
A helicopter ships supplies for an EPCOR stormwater drainage project in the Highlands neighborhood of Edmonton on Monday, January 10, 2022. The helicopter is transported from a staging area in Floden Park to the job site to reduce environmental impact, according to EPCOR, and the helicopter should be in use for about a week.  Structural repairs to the outfall are scheduled to begin in May 2022. Photo by Ian Kucerak
A helicopter ships supplies for an EPCOR stormwater drainage project in the Highlands neighborhood of Edmonton on Monday, January 10, 2022. The helicopter is transported from a staging area in Floden Park to the job site to reduce environmental impact, according to EPCOR, and the helicopter should be in use for about a week. Structural repairs to the outfall are scheduled to begin in May 2022. Photo by Ian Kucerak

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