Wednesday, May 23, 2007

*Are You Sure It's The End of May??*

Just found this on the Environment Canada Website....

City of Calgary
3:01 PM MDT Wednesday 23 May 2007
Snowfall warning for
City of Calgary issued

Snowfall accumulations in excess of 10 centimetres are forecast for tonight and early Thursday.



An intense upper disturbance is tracking slowly southward across western Alberta. Widespread precipitation is forecast for much of the southern half of the province as the storm passes. In advance of the system, temperatures will fall to near or below freezing values especially over higher elevations in the southwest. Snow will begin this evening and spread southward overnight across the regions listed above. General accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres are likely before the snow either begins to let up or changes to rain near midday Thursday. Higher amounts can be expected in mountain passes.

4 comments:

Deb M in BC :) said...

Sounds like the weather we just had! Now we're getting back to seasonal norms, but it snowed over the long weekend. And last year was too hot and dry.

Allison said...

Ha ha...I just have to laugh! Of course, I will be experiencing the whole thing too!

Jami Speidel said...

OMG!!! I don't envy you northerners right now!!! We're looking at thunderstorms and low 70's for this holiday weekend, but I'll take that over snow!!!

kathy said...

you need to move here to North Carolina we got 0 snow this year. I moved from Massacusetts and the last year I lived there I shoveled snow almost every day. C'mon Nancy the house next door is for sale...lol