The snow is not expected to fall in Moose Jaw for much longer.
Kayla Bilous, meteorologist with Environment Canada, said a Colorado low is the reason for the uptick in snow. “Moose Jaw received around 6 to 8 centimeters of snow in the past 24 hours.”
She said that Moose Jaw should see a bit more snow over the next couple of days, but that it should be done falling after that. “We should be heading into a more quiet pattern with the upper ridge setting in over Western Canada.”
A return to the plus temperatures experienced last week is also not expected, but there’s no deep freeze on the horizon, either. “We’ll be back to more normal temperatures, with the normal being around a high of minus 5.”
“We don’t see any arctic ridges coming down into the Prairies within the next week or so.”
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