Communities in southern Alberta may see 10 to twenty centimeters of snow on Friday and Saturday, in keeping with Surroundings Canada.
The company has issued a particular climate assertion for all areas south of Calgary, predicting snow will start close to the US-Canadian border on Friday and unfold north all through the day.
“The heaviest snow is predicted to happen Friday afternoon and night close to and alongside Freeway 1 between Calgary and the Alberta-Saskatchewan border,” the company stated.
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Southern Albertans also can count on winds from the east with gusts of as much as 60 km/h, which mixed with snow, may trigger poor visibility, Surroundings Canada stated.
Surroundings Canada added that as a result of the climate system is on a variable monitor, it may transfer additional south, limiting snowfall.