Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for December, 2008

29 Dec

December 28

Nothing to complain about around here. It looks like real winter, we have gained 5 or 6 cm of white stuff and have been out of the deeep freeze since the last post, with the last two days around the -4C mark. Maybe 10cm cover here now. A few nice treats were supplied by Ma […]

21 Dec

December 21

Though it seems like it’s been here for a month already, Winter officially arrived at 5:04 am this morning, an hour before the wicked southeast wind began and turned this into a rotten day. It has been steadily getting colder since the last post, not getting to -40 here, but very close at dozens of […]

17 Dec

December 16

After 3 days in the deep freeze, today was at least tolerable. Temperatures began to rise early in the morning as a low pushed down from the Arctic Ocean, folks on the north edge of Canada along the Mackenzie delta were above zero yesterday, while along our southern border they were dealing with -33C. A […]

14 Dec

December 13

Yep, it’s cold! Yesterday turned out to be just about as bad as predicted. Snow began early in the morning, the wind followed and the ditches of the QE2 began to fill with vehicles all the way from Leduc to Calgary. A flood of fender benders in Red Deer had people lined up out the […]

12 Dec

December 11

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