Alberta Foothills Weather

January 1, 2008

Cough.. hack..sneeze.. I hate colds.

The first half of the first day of the year was quite nice weather-wise. More hoar frosties were out in the bright sunshine this morning. The big H that gave us the nice calm weather of the past few days moved over to Saskatchewan as a trough pushed NW into BC. SE winds heading for the low pressure began to ramp up around noon and were really huffing along by the time the fireworks in Sylvan Lake got underway at 7pm. Stiff 30km wind gusting near 60 didn’t keep the beachfront from being packed with cars. We took a quick tour thru the horde then headed for a hill south of town with a nice view.
Great show again Sylvan, Thanks!

Temps are forecast to rise into tropical territory this week, we could be back to zero snow cover pretty quick if it pans out. I think this wind has blown every free particle of snow we had up to Grande Prairie.

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