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Environment Canada forecasts milder winter for Calgary

Last Updated Dec 2, 2019 at 11:47 pm MST

Photo of the downtown Calgary city skyline as seen from Crescent Heights, February 2017. (iStock)

CALGARY (660 NEWS) – It’s shaping up to be a warmer than normal winter.

Environment Canada has issued its winter forecast, and the bone-chilling temperatures we experienced last week aren’t expected as much going forward.

Environment Canada says we can expect more chinooks and a milder than usual season.

It also says we shouldn’t expect record-breaking snowfall as we’ve seen recently.

Between September and November, the city experienced three times the normal snowfall.