Peak temperatures remained on a warmer track Wednesday on the Prairies, reaching 30 C around Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, 27 C around Brandon, Swift Current, Dauphin and Weyburn, 25 C around Winnipeg and Moose Jaw, 24 C around Swan River and in much of the Peace region, 22 C around Edmonton and Lloydminster and 21 C around Prince Albert, Yorkton and Meadow Lake.
Lows at WeatherFarm stations on Wednesday dropped to 3 C around Red Deer and Lloydminster, 6 C around Saskatoon and Kindersley, 7 C around Edmonton, Lethbridge and Peace River, 10 C around Portage la Prairie, Yorkton and Nipawin, 11 C around Fort St. John and Virden, 12 C around Regina, Selkirk, Weyburn and Estevan and 13 C around Winnipeg.
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