Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for June, 2008

30 Jun

June 29

Summer begins for real. The heat finally arrived today, with 30C showing up at many if not most stations in Alberta, a number of records broken, and clear skies for hundreds of miles in all directions. Sat in the cool basement most of the afternoon wishing for something to fire up along the foothills, to […]

26 Jun

June 25

Things are warming up around here. Better looking storms rolling out of the foothills now, a few nice cells around Rocky and up to Drayton Valley yesterday, then a lone cell today that tracked all the way from west of Caroline out past Three hills and is still going in Saskatchewan. Reports of golf ball […]

24 Jun

June 23

Not much to report since the last post. A few beautiful days, a chilly and moist Sunday, then a few thunderstorms late tonight. Unsettled June weather, and about the same as we got last year but a bit colder. More of the same for the next few days apparently. 2:30am, just got back from chasing […]

18 Jun

June 18

A bit more excitement around here today. By noon things had begun to bubble up out in the foothills and by 2 there was a line of thunderstorms banging away just southwest of here. Not a lot of zing to anything I saw today, and we got nothing more than 10mm of soft rain but […]

18 Jun

June 17

An active day to the north, pretty sleepy around here. Storms began to brew in the foothills north of Rocky Mountain house early in the afternoon, then a big one fired up just west of Rocky around 2pm and started moving east, so I went out for a look. By the time I got west […]

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