Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for April, 2009

23 Apr

April 23

A nice dump of snow for the foothills, but nothing here. We started off with a few flurries yesterday afternoon that were evaporating so fast at the ground it never even got wet here. As the aftenoon progressed it cleared out her and all moved to the Calgary west region where it sat there and […]

22 Apr

April 22

20 Apr

April 19

Not much to complain about since the last post, typical spring weather around here. Wind from the north, wind from the south, not real warm, mostly westerly flow keeping us dry and wavy. Plenty of mountain wave action going on for the past few days, a nice arch on the 17th, and some nifty rainbow […]

15 Apr

April 14

April is usually an interesting month, and this one is no exception. After waiting patiently all weekend for some sort of convective entertainment, some finally arrived on Monday, but instead of a nice thunderhead or two, something that looked more like a tropical cyclone rolled past. A big soggy bomb from the west coast that […]

10 Apr

April 10

Not a lot to see here today, a few towers began to sprout in the foothills early this afternoon, a few nice ones rolled out along #16 west of Edmonton and up to Whitecourt, but the cutoff line was around Rimbey somewhere and nothing went up south of that. The best goodies were up in […]

© 2017 Alberta Foothills Weather | Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS)

GPS Reviews and news from GPS Gazettewordpress logo