Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for April, 2010

29 Apr

April 29 – Green machine

Only minor carnage this round, but plenty of relief for all things green and leafy. The snow was in and out of here in a few hours, starting around 6 and mostly done by midnight, leaving perhaps 5cm of slush on the ground. The rain that came before and after is the real smile maker, […]

28 Apr

April 28 – Winter Storm Warning

SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 10:08 AM MDT WEDNESDAY 28 APRIL 2010. ——————————————————————— WATCHES/WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA… SNOWFALL WARNING FOR: =NEW= NORDEGG – FORESTRY TRUNK ROAD HIGHWAY 734 =NEW= ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE – CAROLINE. 15 TO 25 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW EXPECTED BY MIDDAY THURSDAY. WINTER STORM WARNING FOR: CITY OF […]

27 Apr

April 26 – Rocky Mountain getaway

A trip out to the Rockies is always a nice way to break up the brown monotny around here, and last week was no exception. Three clear toasty days, a cloudy one and only one drizzler meant a lot of time for cruising around the park system from Banff to Jasper, hiking around and watching […]

15 Apr

April 14 – Spring carnage round 2

But not here. We have been completely skunked by the moisture fairy. A different scene an hour to the east. Heavy snow started close to the AB/SK border late on the afternoon of the 13th, with winter storm watches and blizzard warnings in place well before for most of southeastern Alberta. By dark, most highways […]

09 Apr

April 8 – Spring carnage round 1

After a sleepy week, our first batch of spring goodies roared in Thursday afternoon. 15C and sunny for the morning turned into -1 and whiteout conditions by 5pm, then the chaos began. A low was forecast to form west of here and snow was being discussed for areas north of here with us on the […]

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