Meteorologists are saying the warm weather has passed for another summer and fall.
Fort Saskatchewan has been fairly chilly over the past couple of weeks.
"The general trends right now are towards colder temperatures over much of western Canada," said Brian Proctor, meteorologist with Environment Canada.
On November 13 of 2016, the temperature at Elk Island National Park was 15 C.
"We're really looking at cold temperatures and colder than normal conditions are pretty probable at this point in time," added Proctor.
Historical averages do show that the end of November usually warms up to around 0 C, but if early indications are showing winter, the hope could be minimal.
"The cold air will continue to plunge back in as we get further into the work week."
This week is expected to be another cold one with temperatures dipping to near -20 C at night.


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