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Weather forecast for the week

Coldest night on Thursday with temperature falling under - 20 C

The week of Nov. 25 will get progressively colder, with the coldest night to hit Vanderhoof on Thursday.

As per Environment Canada’s weather forecast, Tuesday Nov. 26 will have a mix of sun and clouds, with morning temperatures at – 5 C and night temperatures falling down to – 15 C.

Wednesday, Nov. 27, will be overall sunny with daytime temperatures reaching – 11 C and – 17 C at night.

On Thursday night, be prepared for temperatures dropping down to – 21 C. The day will be sunny and – 11 C.

Cloudy weather with a mix of sunshine is forecasted for Friday, Nov. 29. It will be – 13 C in the morning and – 18 C at night.

Saturday will be warmer with daytime temperatures forecasted to be – 9 C with a mix of sun and clouds.

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