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More seasonal temperatures in Alberta

June 3, 2010 — After a weekend of snow and temperatures near the freezing mark, Calgary and Edmonton are seeing much more seasonal weather.

It was the type of weekend most Canadians are used to seeing in December or January.

But last weekend, just a couple days before the start of June, people in Alberta were dealing with snow and temperatures lingering near the freezing mark.

“Both Edmonton and Calgary were well below seasonal last weekend,” says Weather Network meteorologist Gerald Cheng. “They should be seeing temperatures closer to the 20 degree mark.”

On Wednesday, both cities saw conditions improve significantly. Calgary hit a daytime high of 19. Edmonton climbed all the way to 22.

The temperatures will be slightly cooler today. We're looking at sunny skies in Calgary and light rain in Edmonton this afternoon. There's also a risk of non-severe thunderstorms across central Alberta and Saskatchewan.

All week, you've been sending your photos of the wintery weather in Alberta to our website. If you have photos of you, your family or your pets enjoying the current conditions, upload them to our Your Weather Gallery.

And for details on what kind of weather conditions you can expect this weekend, make sure you tune into The Weather Network on TV. Your National Forecast comes up at the top and bottom of every hour.

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