CALGARY – Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for areas throughout southern Alberta as between 10 and 25 centimetres of snow is expected to fall in the region Tuesday.
The cold front, which resulted in a drastic overnight temperature drop, is projected to bring significant snowfall to the mountain parks as well as snow to areas east of the foothills.
As of 6 a.m. Tuesday, snowfall warnings are in effect for the following regions:
- City of Calgary
- Okotoks-High River-Claresholm
- Banff National Park
- Cardston-Fort Macleod-Magrath
- Crowsnest Pass-Pincher Creek-Waterton Lakes National Park
- Nordegg-Forestry Trunk Road Highway 734
- Jasper National Park
For updated information regarding weather warnings and watches, visit Environment Canada – Public Weather Alerts.
Download the CTV Calgary Sky Watch Weather App for real-time weather forecasts and video updates on conditions HERE.October 8, 2019
Highway conditions west of Calgary are covered/partly covered snow, snowing, strong wind, blowing snow with poor visibility. Plows are active, give them room to work. Drive to conditions. (8:30am) #ABRoads #ABStorm #yyctraffic pic.twitter.com/BFjkldfy98— 511 Alberta (@511Alberta) October 8, 2019