Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for October, 2007

15 Oct

October 15

The warm spell continues as we bask in the sun under a nice upper ridge. Red Deer(YQF) reported a high of 19C between 4 and 5 this afternoon, we hit 21C here at 5pm with a low of 1C at 8am this morning . Normals for the season are +12/-3C so we are well above […]

11 Oct

October 11

What a beautiful day out there today. After being windswept to the northwest for the past few days, squeezed between a big low to the west and a big high to the east, today was calm and quite warm, reaching for 20C in the late afternoon. There were even a few puffies floating around to […]

05 Oct

October 5

Heavy snowfall warnings went out early in the afternoon of the 4th for Crowsnest pass, Pincher Creek and Waterton Park, calling for 15-25cm Thursday night into Friday morning, then updated later in the evening to include the Bow valley and upping amounts to 15-35cm, saying that 15-20cm had already fallen in the Bow valley by […]

01 Oct

October 1

No snow yet. Instead we were treated to some nice puffies today as we almost made 20C this afternoon. They were a joy to watch as they billlowed and boiled up into the frosty air above. I don’t think anything got over 20k feet, but a few developed anvils before quickly collapsing. A nice fall […]

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