Much of the Prairies made it above the freezing mark again Thursday, as highs rose to +9 C around Calgary, Medicine Hat and Red Deer, +8 C around Moose Jaw and Swift Current, +7 C around Dauphin, +4 C around Saskatoon and Regina, +1 C around Brandon and 0 C around Prince Albert and Grande Prairie.
Lows at WeatherFarm stations on Thursday dropped to -14 C around Fort St. John, -11 C around Meadow Lake, Sask. and -8 C around Virden, Man., but dipped to just +2 C around Lethbridge, +1 C around Moose Jaw, Rosetown and Kindersley, Sask. and -1 C around Steinbach, Man.
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