The Nov. 16 weather reporting period saw little escape from negative double-digit temperatures for overnight lows among the Prairie provinces. In Alberta, -12 to -14 C was seen in the Edmonton, Red Deer and Lethbridge areas while Fort St. John and Grande Prairie fell to -20 C with Calgary reporting -20 C as well. In Saskatchewan, Prince Albert, Melfort and North Battleford ranged between -20 to -18 C. Weyburn, Estevan, Moose Jaw and Regina fell to -12 C as their low. In Manitoba, Dauphin dipped down to around -19 C with Brandon and Winnipeg managing to best them all with a single-digit low of -9 C.
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