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Possible weekend flurries in Rocky View County

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Rocky View County is in store for a cold weekend – with possible flurries, according to AccuWeather.

Indus will see temperatures warm a bit on Saturday, with a high of -4 C (-6 C with the wind chill) and possible flurries. Skies will be partly cloudy overnight as the thermostat dips to a low of -13 C (-16 C with the wind chill). Sunshine with patchy clouds is predicted for Sunday, which will see a high of -8 C (-10 C with the wind chill). In the evening, skies will clear as the temperature drops to -13 C (-18 C with the wind chill) heading into Monday.

Partly sunny skies are in store for Beiseker on Saturday, which will bring a high of -4 C. Overnight, the patchy clouds will stick around and the low is expected to reach -14 C (-16 C with the wind chill). Sunday brings colder weather, with a high of -8 C (-9 C with the wind chill) dropping to an overnight low of -14 C (-16 C with the wind chill).

With a high of -3 C (-6 C with the wind chill), Crossfield will see intervals of sun and cloud before the thermostat drops to an overnight low of -14 C (-18 C with the wind chill). On Sunday, despite clear, sunny skies, the temperature will reach a high of just -7 C (-12 C with the wind chill) and cool to -12 C (-19 C with the wind chill) overnight.

Flurries are possible in the Springbank area Saturday morning, along with a high of -4 C (-6 C with the wind chill). The evening brings clearer skies with a high of -15 C (-19 C with the wind chill) before the temperature reaches a Sunday high of -8 C (-9 C with the wind chill). Another flurry is likely Sunday evening, as the thermostat drops to a low of -13 C (-19 C with the wind chill).

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