Calgary Stampede Weather Forecast: Sunshine and Clear Skies for the Parade

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Calgary – WEATHER – As of 4:00 AM MDT on Friday, July 5, 2024, Calgary is experiencing partly cloudy skies with a temperature of 10.8°C. The current conditions are observed at Calgary International Airport. The barometric pressure is 102.3 kPa and rising, indicating stable weather ahead. The dew point is at 8.6°C, with humidity at 86%, making for a relatively cool and crisp morning. The wind is blowing from the west-southwest at 12 km/h, and visibility is excellent at 24 km.

Today’s Forecast: Parade Day

Friday, July 5, 2024

Today’s forecast promises mainly sunny skies for the Calgary Stampede Parade. The high will reach 23°C, making it a perfect day for outdoor activities. The UV index is high at 7, so sun protection is advised.

Tonight

Expect partly cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of showers overnight. The low temperature will be around 11°C.

Weekend Forecast

Saturday, July 6, 2024

Saturday will be sunny with a high of 23°C, ideal for Stampede festivities.

Saturday Night

Clear skies will continue into the night with a low of 12°C.

Sunday, July 7, 2024

Sunday’s forecast includes sunny skies with a high of 27°C, perfect for enjoying the final days of the Stampede.

Sunday Night

Expect clear skies with an overnight low of 15°C.

Historic Weather Data

On this date in Calgary’s history, the highest recorded temperature was 33.0°C in 1919, while the lowest was 4.0°C in 1968.

Wardrobe Suggestions

For today and the weekend, dress in light, comfortable clothing suitable for warm, sunny weather. A hat and sunglasses are recommended due to the high UV index. Keep a light jacket or sweater handy for the cooler evenings, and an umbrella for the slight chance of showers overnight tonight.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? The Calgary Stampede, known as “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth,” attracts over a million visitors each year. The event is held annually in July and showcases a range of events from rodeos to concerts, making it a significant cultural event in Canada.

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