With the cool temperatures and rain affecting parts of the province, Environment Canada has issued a Frost Advisory for several regions including Okotoks and High River. 

"In parts of the province, we are expecting some more temperatures overnight tonight to approach or go slightly below the freezing mark," explained Environment Canada Meteorologist Justin Shelley. "So, frost advisories are going to be issued along the Alberta Foothills, sort of extending from the Whitecourt/Edson region, South through Rocky Mountain House, down through the Sundrie region, and South into the Okotoks and surrounding areas."

Because they are expecting temperatures to drop to around or slightly below the freezing mark, Environment Canada is advising people to cover up or bring inside any sensitive plants that could be damaged due to the frost.

On top of the frost warning, there is a chance of scattered showers coming into the Okotoks region from the north.

"Slight risk of a thunderstorm as well. That will be the case, again, tomorrow afternoon in the region, there is a slight chance of seeing an isolated shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening hours as well," said Shelley.

Temperatures on Wednesday night are expected to be warmer, so the risk of frost is minimal at the moment.

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