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1st Cold Snap of 2017 to End

An end to frigid temperatures that have grappled the region once again is soon in sight.

Alyssa Charbonneau is a Meterologist with Environment Canada.

“Into the weekend we’re going to see a real change in the pattern as this Arctic air is pushed out of the way and we get much milder conditions. So by Sunday night, into Monday and Tuesday we’re looking at day time temperatures at or even above 0°C.”

The coldest temperature this week in the Cariboo Chilcotin according to Environment Canada was at Puntzi Mountain when the temperature dipped to -43.4°C back in 2005.

Normal Temperatures for this time of year is a high of -5°C with a low of -13°C.

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