Warm weather is expected to continue until mid December.
 
With warm winds coming from the pacific, Fort Saskatchewan and area should be seeing plus temperatures as daytime highs for the next couple weeks.
 
"It's looking to be a moderating trend to see temperatures perhaps 10 C or so degrees above normal for the daytime highs," said Dan Kulak, meteorologist with Environment Canada. "The normal daytime high is around -4 C and we're looking in that 7 C range."
 
With light winds expected to continue for most of the week, night time lows are also looking very bearable for December with some as high as 3 C.
 
The relatively dry fall and winter will continue also, as snow is expected to stay away for the near future.
 
A live five day forecast for Fort Saskatchewan can be found here.
 
 

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