Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for May, 2008

17 May

May 16

Hot, Hot, Hot! The past few days have been downright summerlike, teetering on the edge of 30C with a nice breeze. Haven’t seen a cloud of any type for two days now, the closest one is about 500 miles away. The countryside has undergone a fantastic transformation this week, the lawn is suddenly lush and […]

12 May

May 12

Gotta love May! Friday afternoon we took a quick spin out to Caroline and Tay River to check out the snow before it disappeared, and there was still a foot of it out there after a warm sunny day. It’s all gone now and everything is going green. All that moisture has had little impact […]

09 May

May 9

3 feet of snow in Water Valley?!? I’m quite impressed how well the forecast models came together on this storm and pinned the precip bullseye right where it happened. Still waiting for some updated snowfall totals from EC, but generally a stripe of 50+cm along the front range of the Rockies and the foothills from […]

08 May

May 8

Snow on the ground again. After a disappointing, thunderstormless day of rain showers and wind around here yesterday, today is less than pleasant. Northeast wind in the 20-40km/h range at +2C with snow flurries, but hey, the grass is green where it isn’t white! I haven’t been out to peek in the rain gauge yet, […]

07 May

May 7

Updated @ 4pm SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 3:32 PM MDT WEDNESDAY 7 MAY 2008. ——————————————————————— WATCHES/WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA… SNOWFALL WARNING FOR: =NEW= AIRDRIE – COCHRANE – OLDS – SUNDRE =NEW= KANANASKIS – CANMORE =NEW= BANFF NATIONAL PARK JASPER NATIONAL PARK NORDEGG – FORESTRY TRUNK ROAD HIGHWAY 734. HEAVY […]

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