Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for October, 2007

31 Oct

October 31

No snow for the Halloweenies this year. It’s brown and dry instead. A cold front is forecast to sweep down out of the NW at 40kts this evening, perhaps kicking up some dust around treat time for the goblins on the north end of the foothills in Grande Prairie, then push across here around midnight. […]

28 Oct

October 28

Nothing very interesting in the forecast as the jetstream has straightened out and is only passing weak ridge/trough patterns over the west. The GEM model suggests we might get a sprinkle Monday night, and again Thursday night, but nothing serious. The nights are certainly cooling off, hanging around -5 this week. Now there is ice […]

26 Oct

October 26

A small low pressure system moved across Alberta from the northwest around 7 this morning, giving us about a cm of snow. Just enough to remind us of what might be coming. Bring it on I say. A surface ridge is building in over Alberta today and we are forecast to be back above normals […]

25 Oct

October 25

After breaking our 41year high temperature record yesterday, hitting 23.5C at YQF, a sharp cold front blew through at 4:30pm(fig.1), with winds veering instantly from SW to NNE and gusting to 60+km/h. We got a few mm of rain in the early evening, then a few patches of ice pellets and some flurries near midnight. […]

21 Oct

October 20

Another nice week goes by. All the leaves have gone and the farmers seem to be pretty much wrapped up for the season around here. Seemed warmer than 12C out there this aft, much better than the 6C that was forecast earlier in the week for today. EnviroCan is calling for 17C on Monday and […]

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