More precipitation, including some snow, came to parts of the Prairies Tuesday, as lows dropped to -3 C around Swift Current, Kindersley and Rosetown, -1 C around Calgary and Red Deer, 0 C around Lethbridge, 1 C around Edmonton and North Battleford, 3 C around Saskatoon, Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw and much of the Peace region, 9 C around Brandon, Yorkton, Dauphin, Estevan and Melfort and 14 C around Winnipeg.
Highs at WeatherFarm stations on Tuesday climbed to 20 C around Winnipeg, 17 C around Regina and Brandon, 15 C around Saskatoon, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Dauphin, 11 C around Red Deer, Canmore and Meadow Lake and 5 C around Edmonton and Grande Prairie.
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