Alberta Foothills Weather

March 30

Nothing too far from normal for this time of the year since the last post. Every morning we have had a skiff of snow that melted quickly and turned into puffy towers for the afternoons. A few shots of thundersnow reported in Airdrie and Drayton Valley but nothing here.
Yesterday the north wind arrived as expected and we didn’t quite make it above the freezing mark, but managed to avoid any precipitation until early this morning when we were dusted with maybe 2cm of flakes. Anthony in Airdrie reports 10cm of it down there.

Temperatures look to return to normal by Wednesday and the models have us stuck in slack flow till Friday, then back to a northwesterly flow. Doesn’t look like a very exciting week.

Early spring convection over Red Deer,AB - March 28/2008
Bare, dry fields and summer clouds on March 27, 2008Early spring convection west of Innisfail,AB - March 27/2008
XSM 24 hour precip to 10am Saturday March 30, 20082cm of fresh snow - March 30/2008

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