There’s ‘snow’ way out.
A big dump of snow will hit the City of Calgary Monday.
A snowfall warning is out for the city and much of western and southwestern Alberta.
Meteorologist Andrew Schultz from Breakfast Television said we can expect things to taper off by dinner time.
“The thickest of it will be extreme southwest corner of the province — the usual suspects — Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pass — those areas could see up to 20 centimetres of snow. For us, closest to us it’s through the mountain parks. So, the City of Calgary, I think a pretty safe guess, is about that 10 centimetre mark,” he said.
He said it’s not uncommon for days like this in April, but Calgary’s monthly average is just under 19 centimetres of snow, and we’ve already seen 17 centimetres.