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It’s been an incredibly beautiful fall for Alberta, but the warm weather looks to be changing with snow on the way for some areas this weekend.
Large portions of western and southern Alberta appear to be getting a dusting; however, some parts of the Rockies could be hit hard enough that Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for some locations.
The federal weather agency says heavy snow will begin tonight for numerous areas, including in Kananaskis, Canmore, Okotoks, High River, Waterton Lakes National Park and Cardston.
“The first significant snow of the season will fall this weekend, with a total of 10 to 20 cm expected by Sunday morning,” the warnings read.
“Rain showers or snow showers today will change to snow and intensify tonight.”
Environment Canada has warned people to prepare for rapidly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility can sometimes be suddenly reduced in heavy snow, and take frequent breaks and avoid stress when clearing snow.
The Weather Network says snowfall could reach as far east as the QE2 this weekend, with areas across the southeastern portion of the province likely to see just rain for the majority of the system.
So there you have it. If you’re curious, we’ve reached out to Environment and Climate Change Canada to see when the first significant snowfall will occur in Edmonton and Calgary. The data may surprise you!