Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for May, 2008

30 May

May 29

After two days of stiff and cool southeast wind, today was a stunner, with a light breeze from the west and 25C. Towers began to rise in the west before noon, and by 2pm we had a little thundershower pass over. Nothing could get going very good today, everything around here was quite high based, […]

27 May

May 26

Not a very nice weekend around these parts, cloudy and cold but a lot less wet than down south. We only gained another 4mm, bringing the event total to 38mm(1.5″). Flood watches went out Sunday for a number of southern foothills rivers, but nothing much came of it and after a quick peak, levels are […]

23 May

May 23

[Simple Popup Images unable to add image: no parameters given.] No funnels or interesting weather of any type around here since the last post, just a nice soaking rain. 34mm(1.3in.) over the past two days and more on the way. Saturday looks very wet for the southern foothills, the WRF model is suggesting 50mm+ for […]

19 May

May 19

FOCN45 CWWG 191900 SIGNIFICANT WEATHER DISCUSSION ISSUED BY THE PRAIRIE AND ARCTIC STORM PREDICTION CENTRE OF ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 2:00 PM CDT MONDAY MAY 19 2008. WRN PRAIRIES..GENERALLY QUIET TODAY OVER ALBERTA AS UPPER RIDGE BUILDS IN. ONLY SLIGHT RISK OF AN HIGH BASED ISOLATED TSTMS IN THE YQU, YPE, AND YLL REGION. MODEL UNDERDOING […]

18 May

May 18

Lightning, Thunder, Hail, Finally! A few little cells began to brew in the foothills southwest of Drayton Valley shortly after noon today and started moving quickly southeast in a strong northwesterly flow, so I went out for a look. The first little storm was already dying off before I got 5 miles from the house, […]

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