Warm weather prediction rings true

Tyler Clarke
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Youth are flocking to city parks today (Thursday) in order to take in warm weather conditions, which by early afternoon were barely below freezing.


It’s “perfect for snowballs,” Khasius Constant said, readying another snowball to help defend his and his friends’ snow fort in Lions Park on Thursday afternoon.

Joined by brother Damico Constant, the duo were joined by a handful of friends who all seemed keen on making additions to the duo’s snow fort.

Warm weather conditions also helped those waiting in line for Boxing Day Sales at the Prince Albert future Shop -- a lineup that started at about 4:30 a.m. for the store’s 6 a.m. opening.

Last week, the Daily Herald spoke with The Weather Network meteorologist Dayna Vettese, who shared her prediction hat warm weather would blanket the area in time for Christmas.

“Between Christmas and New Years we expect the temperatures to go up just a little bit and then we will go cold again for a week,” she said at the time. “We expect these ups and downs to continue right through the winter.”

As of the latest forecast, temperatures in the Prince Albert area were expected to drop by Friday to a low of -19 C and a high of -7 C.

For the latest forecast, visit the Weather Network Website by clicking HERE.

Click HERE to read the full weather prediction story from last week. 

Organizations: Prince Albert future Shop, Daily Herald

Geographic location: Lions Park, New Years

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