Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for November, 2008

27 Nov

November 27

Nothing but beautiful weather since the last post. Dry and warm, highs of 6, 5 and 4C, only down to -5 or 6 overnight, well above the -2/-12 normals. It was a perfect day Tuesday morning for a trip down the foothills from Mountainaire Lodge to Kananaskis country, with a huge standing wave cloud forming […]

24 Nov

November 23

We’ve had our first taste of winter temperatures since the last post. Below freezing high temps and 60km/h southeast wind gave us a full day of near -20C windchills Thursday, not really warming up till yesterday, when things cleared up and we got to see Venus and Jupiter again after being blocked by crud for […]

18 Nov

November 17

Bleh Wind has been the prominent player around here since the last post. Plenty of it Thursday and Friday, then a break on Saturday as a chinook pushed in from the south, setting off a nice display of wave clouds just before sunset. The past two days have been west coast wintery. Fog and snow […]

13 Nov

November 12

After another foggy pair of days and soupy nights, a band of freezing rain passed over early this morning, just enough to make the deck and sidewalk dangerous and slick up the highways for a few hours until the sun dried it all up before noon. Warm and clear most of the day, up to […]

10 Nov

November 9

The week since the last post has been quite nice around here. A few specks of snow, not enough to measure and gone within minutes of sunrise, a two minute shot of ice pellets and freezing drizzle that dried up almost instantly. Average temps for this time of year are +2/-8C, we have been well […]

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