Fort Saskatchewan and area could be getting a brush of snow this week.
 
Cool air is moving into the province, dropping temperatures around the freezing point in the evening. The first chance of snow is Wednesday (Sept.12).
 
"There might be some accumulation, there might be a lot of melting on the ground as it falls. Those amounts are really difficult to determine at this time of year but it does look like we're in for a cooler, damper pattern for the next few days," said Dan Kulak with Environment Canada.
 
Kulak predicts daytime highs won't get above 15 C for at least the next 10 days.
 

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