Summary of Alberta Snowfall Reports

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Saturday, March 24, 2018
Bridge Near Light Post With Snow and Building at Distance
There was some stormy weather across Alberta and Saskatchewan over the past few days.

An area of low pressure tracked through Alberta delivering 10 to 15 cm of snow to parts of  central and northern Alberta.

In east-central areas of the province, strong winds with gusts as high as 85 km/h caused some reduced visibility in blowing snow and drifting snow in exposed areas. 

Here is a summary of snowfall reports received by  Environment Canada:
  • Whitecourt: 16 cm
  • Slave Lake: 15 cm
  • High Level: 12 cm
  • Island Lake: 11 cm
  • Fort Saskatchewan: 8 cm
  • Peace River: 8 cm
  • Red Earth: 7 cm
  • Consort: 6 cm
  • Grande Prairie: 6 cm
  • Edmonton: 5 cm
  • Cold Lake: 4 cm
  • Lloydminster: 4 cm
  • Stony Plain: 3 cm
  • Edmonton International Airport: 2cm 

Based on EC Data



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