Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for July, 2007

18 Jul

July 18

What an amazing night of electrical mayhem! A big low rolled in last night around 9pm, firing up cells all along the foothills and spinning them off to the NE. We went out to see the first line roll in just before 10. A very nice display which moved off to the north. Then we […]

16 Jul

July 16

The University of Manitoba Stormchasers are visiting Alberta this week. Last note on their blog suggested they might have been in the Sundre area today watching for goodies. I just happened to wind up there after prowling the foothills for CBs. This cell died soon after this shot and that was it for the day.

15 Jul

July 15

Good day for weather watching today! Supercells boiled up off the foothills around 4pm so we headed west to see what was up. This was up! This cell was out by Rocky, heading northeast. We went west to another cell south of Caroline that was building rapidly. It had already formed up a lowered base […]

14 Jul

July 14

There were some Big storms to the northwest today, but outta my range. This is all we got.

13 Jul

July 13

It’s been scorching hot here for a week, and these seem to be the result? The mozzies are few and far between since these guys arrived.

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