Alberta Foothills Weather

December 12

Another week of less than exciting weather here. One depression after another rolls down from the Gulf of Alaska in a neverending northwesterly flow, lifting all the goodies right over our heads and off to the east. Folks to the north have been getting a regular sprinkling of snow this week, but we have gotten nothing more than a cm here.
No snow, but this flow has pushed the arctic air way back up north again and we have been flirting with the freezing mark since Monday, it’s +1 here as I type this. The wind has been absent this week as well, which sure makes winter life more tolerable. Now just as I type that, the wind instantly picks up to 30km/h with gusts of 70. Ha!

Hopefully something will kink up the jet stream before too long to slow up a few of these storms and we can get a nice dump of snow before Xmas.. the cats are waiting patiently. The models all seem to agree that we will get nothing before next week.

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