This is what it looks like! Winter is again summoned to Alberta with no traces of spring sunshine.
Environment Canada has warned the Alberta province of the heavy snowfall, but its only one city Calgary is currently out of this restriction and is saved from this heavy snowfall.
The snowfall of 10 to 15 cm is expected in most of the areas of Canada including Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Hanna, and Leduc.
As snowfall is expected to end soon by today i.e. Friday night, still Alberta is in danger of winter.
The wind would also play its role in blowing and drifting of snow and it is expected to howl at a rate of 70 km/h in an eastern and central portion of Alberta.
Because of this strict weather condition, the drivers are warned to use precautionary measures when going outside (if necessary) as the damaged trees might cause hurdles. The heavy and wet snowfall would also darken the province as power outages are highly likely to occur in some localized area.
Environment Canada hasn’t included Calgary in this snowfall warning as weather forecast updates haven’t issued anything such about Calgary so no snowfall warning for this city.Stay updated with MKTLIST.
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