Alberta Foothills Weather

November 28

Thrillions of tons of water vapor poured across the Rockies over the past few days… we got about 3 pounds of it here in the form of snow dust. Not even really a flake anywhere, just 2cm of powder, but at least enough to cover the lawn. Looking at EC’s snow cover map, Hinton has 28cm, then it thins out to ~10cm around Edmonton till you get over to the Cold lake area where they have around 20cm. Everything south of Edmonton has very little cover.
The little bit we have should have no problem sticking around as a big high is parked up by Grande Prairie today keeping the warm stuff in BC out of here and feeding frigid air down from the arctic. More of the same for the foreseeable future, with another chance for a few cm of snow over the weekend but also bitter cold, with forecast highs of -20 both days.

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