The eastern end of the Prairies remained in a relatively summer-like range Thursday, as lows dipped to 12 C around Winnipeg, 8 C around Dauphin and Portage la Prairie, 4 C around Brandon, Yorkton and Estevan, 1 C around Edmonton, Regina, Brooks and Melfort, -1 C around Calgary, Saskatoon, Grande Prairie, Red Deer, Kindersley and North Battleford and -2 C around Medicine Hat, Swift Current and Rosetown.
Highs at WeatherFarm stations Thursday reached 25 C around Winnipeg, 19 C around Portage la Prairie and Swan River, 16 C around Yorkton and Estevan, 14 C around Regina and Fort St. John, 8 C around Saskatoon, Lethbridge, Grande Prairie, North Battleford and Rosetown and 2 C around Calgary and Red Deer.
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