Don’t put away those puffy coats and toques just yet: an Arctic air mass is forecast to return to B.C. this weekend, bringing plunging temperatures to parts of the province.
According to CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe, the air mass will begin to spread into the province on Saturday when temperatures will take a nosedive, dropping more than 10 C in one night.
In Prince George, Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 1 C on Friday, followed by -12 C on Saturday, and continuing to fall through the weekend into next week.
Wagstaffe says the cold will stick around through much of next week, but that it’s uncertain when things will start to warm up again.
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