Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for June, 2010

30 Jun

June 30 – Near Severe

Some better action in the neighborhood the past two days. All eyes were on the 500mb jet blasting overhead yesterday, waiting to see where the first knuckles would spring up. Almost before there was a chance to pick a spot the foothills lit up, so I headed out to Spruceview to meet Brandon for a […]

25 Jun

June 25 – Part 2 – Darkling shadows

Didn’t have to go far to see some summer goodies today, this one rolled in off the hills and tracked right over Sylvan Lake this afternoon. Nothing severe that I saw, but the hail plane was bombing it for most of it’s life, so they must have thought there was something in there. I wasn’t […]

25 Jun

June 25 – Catching up

Lots to do and not a lot to see around here since the last post. Where to start. Floods in the south have been the main story for Alberta, the Medicine Hat area will take a while to recover from the massive deluge down there that washed out the Trans-Can highway. There have been some […]

11 Jun

June 11 – First funnel of the season

That didn’t take long. Soon after the sun began to burn off the puddles this morning, the sky began to fill with cumulopuffs, so I went out for a spin to check out the Medicine River and Dickson Dam and enjoy the sky show. No water problems other than soggy crops, but the clouds offered […]

10 Jun

June 10 – Inches of wet

66mm or 2.5 inches from midnight Wendesday to noonish today. However you measure it, that is a lot of rain in one shot for us. Add on another 10mm from Tuesday night and we are past 3 inches. Add the 25mm from Monday and over 100mm we go. 4 inches in 4 days. There are […]

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