It's looking like we're in for a warm, clear Thanksgiving weekend in the Foothills... for the most part.

The unseasonably warm weather that's been gracing the Foothills will continue, with blue skies and temperatures in the low to mid-20s.

Things are likely to take a turn on Monday evening though.

Environment & Climate Change Canada Meteorologist Kyle Fougere says locals could wake up to just a bit of snow on Tuesday.

"It is October in Canada, and the snow is inevitable. On Monday night, there is going to be a cold front sweeping through the province and it is going to bring rain at first, but the overnight low for Tuesday morning is 3 degrees. When you have rain coming down at 3 degrees, a lot of times it will turn over to snow. It's definitely possible as that cold front comes through that we could see our first snow mixed in with that rain for the Foothills County area."

The likelihood of snow increases in the western reaches of the Foothills, like Turner Valley and Black Diamond.

Luckily, it won't be the start of a trend.

"The good news is, it's only going to last for one day. Tuesday, we're looking at a high of 9 in the Okotoks area, but Wednesday to Thursday, a ridge of high pressure builds in and we should get to above normal again. That's the forecast for the rest of the month. Generally, we're expecting things to be warmer than normal."

To stay up to date with the current forecast, head to our weather page.