Canada 10-20 cm of snow expected after warning issued for Calgary, Lethbridge and surrounding areas
Alberta: Warnings issued for a month's worth of snow on the way
Significant snow and gusty winds will create treacherous travel across parts of Alberta through Sunday.Time to prepare for the season ahead! The Weather Network's Winter Forecast launches Monday, November 18.
A snowfall warning was issued for Calgary and surrounding areas on Saturday.
Environment Canada issued the warning at 4:30 a.m., saying that 10 to 20 centimetres of snow was expected for the city in addition to other spots in southern Alberta:
Airdrie - Cochrane - Olds - Sundre
Banff National Park
Kananaskis - Canmore
Okotoks - High River - Claresholm, Drumheller - Three Hills
Brooks - Strathmore - Vulcan
Lethbridge - Taber - Milk River
Cypress Hills Provincial Park - Foremost
Medicine Hat - Bow Island - Suffield
Over 175 crashes in Edmonton as snowfall warning remains for much of western Alberta
Between Friday night and Saturday afternoon, 89 collisions were reported to Edmonton police.Across northern and central Alberta on Friday night, rain turned to snow as the temperature dropped overnight, leaving roads slick before becoming covered in the white stuff.
"A strong cold front will result in heavy snow over parts of southern Alberta this weekend," the weather agency said.
The most intense snow was expected on Saturday and throughout the overnight. Ten centimetres will be on the ground by Sunday morning, but some areas could see upwards of 20 cm.
Temperatures were expected to fall throughout Saturday as the cold front passes, according to the agency.
A snowfall warning was also issued for Edmonton and surrounding areas.
The weather agency stressed that people should adjust their driving to the road conditions.
For a complete list of areas in Alberta that have been issued a weather alert,
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Parts of southern Alberta could see up to 15 cm of snow by Tuesday .
Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for parts of southern Alberta on Monday."A low-pressure system moving into Alberta tonight will bring snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres for parts of the province on Tuesday," the weather agency said on its website. "Snow will begin later tonight in southwestern Alberta, and will track eastward early Tuesday morning.