Alberta Foothills Weather

Archive for November, 2007

13 Nov

November 13

Wind warnings went out yesterday for much of central and southern Alberta, and are just beginning to lift now. A 975mb low swept in from BC, giving little but wind. A few flurries up north of the low and a lot of blow along and behind the sharp front. We were mostly spared from the […]

09 Nov

November 9

We had a chance for 2-5cm of snow last night/this morning, or a bit of freezing rain, or a few ice pellets, but we got bupkus. Not a drop or a flake anywhere around here. A cold southeast wind for the past 12 hours has now changed to a warm southwest wind, with temps jumping […]

07 Nov

November 7

After two cold windy days on the 4th and 5th, yesterday we hit +16C as a warm ridge built in from BC. Freezing rain has been widespread over Alberta, with the Grande Prairie area getting iced on the night of the 5th. Freezing rain warnings are out now for central Alberta from Grande Prairie to […]

04 Nov

November 4

So much for the first big snow dump of the season. We got an inch. From watching radar last night, it appears Whitecourt/Edson/ Drayton got the best of it, with the snow starting before 6 and continuing on well after midnight. A band of snow formed up from Drayton Valley through Wetaskiwin early in the […]

03 Nov

November 3

WOCN16 CWWG 031042 Updated special weather statement issued for regions of northern Alberta by Environment Canada at 4:41 AM MDT Saturday 3 November 2007. Special weather statement issued for.. City of Edmonton – St. Albert – Sherwood Park Spruce Grove – Morinville – Mayerthorpe – Evansburg Fort Saskatchewan – Vegreville – Redwater – Smoky Lake […]

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