Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for February, 2008

26 Feb

February 25

Pretty boring weather around here since the last post. Foggy, mild, and quiet. The warm pacific air has pushed so far up into Alaska and Northwestern Canada it will be interesting to see if winter can make a serious return now. The forecast models are suggesting the arctic air will make a rush south next […]

21 Feb

February 20 – Lunar Eclipse

A beautiful February night for standing outside snapping photos of the eclipse. Light breeze, barely below freezing, and only a few wispy clouds as the moon appeared. The skies cleared off completely before the real show began. As the eclipse started to darken the countryside, the Snow moon coyote party that was in full swing […]

20 Feb

February 20

A batch of freezing fog rolled in around midnight last night with a light southwest breeze, leaving a nice coast of frost on everything this morning. The sun burned through by 10am, giving a brilliant show for about an hour before it all melted away. By noon we were above zero and are at +5 […]

19 Feb

February 19

The warm continues and the snow is disappearing quickly. After a windy day Saturday, it has been well above zero for the past two days. +8C yesterday and 10 today, with more above normal temps for this week and if the GFS model is on track, no chance of real cold until the end of […]

16 Feb

February 16

Hot today! Amazing temperatures for the middle of February. Red Deer broke it’s old record high of 8.4C when they made 10C this afternoon, we beat that by at least 2c out here, with our weather station reporting 14.4C at 4pm. Records fell all over the province today, with only the extreme north and east […]

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