Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for February, 2008

14 Feb

February 13

So close, yet so far… The goods rolled into central Alberta yesterday as expected, heavy snowfall warnings went out before noon for the Drayton valley – Whitecourt – Smoky Lake – Stettler – Red Deer oval. Initially firing up in the Swan hills, the snow drifted south over Edmonton and things were looking promising around […]

11 Feb

February 11

Enough with the wind already! The north wind finally died off Saturday afternoon, just long enough to scrape the few cm of snow off the driveway, before it started up from the south and blasted all night and Sunday morning. The light snow that came with it, along with any loose bits from Friday, packed […]

08 Feb

February 8

Edited 3pm Friday, Feb 8, 2008 SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 2:45 PM MST FRIDAY 8 FEBRUARY 2008. ——————————————————————— WATCHES/WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA… BLIZZARD WARNING FOR: CYPRESS HILLS PROVINCIAL PARK – FOREMOST CROWSNEST PASS – PINCHER CREEK – WATERTON PARK. STRONG WINDS ARE PRODUCING BLIZZARD CONDITIONS. ——————————————————————— The expected cold […]

07 Feb

February 7

————————————————————————- Red Deer – Ponoka – Innisfail – Stettler 10:23 AM MST Thursday 7 February 2008 Winter storm watch for Red Deer – Ponoka – Innisfail – Stettler continued Strong winds and blowing snow will herald the return of Arctic air Friday. The potential for severe winter weather exists over these regions. ————————————————————————– Blizzard or […]

06 Feb

February 5

Nice warmup today, gaining 20C and climbing above the freezing mark for a few hours late this afternoon for the first time since Jan.26. A huge chinook arch formed up over the foothills after noon and slowly pushed over here by sunset. The strange looking thumbnail picture below is a squeezed to fit version of […]

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