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Alberta said he was trying to get bad winds, heavy snow



Traffickers in Alberta are being asked to make routes carefully as a mix of powerful winds and it is expected that fighting snow will be done; hit the Friday divide.

There is a strong wind with snow falling down; Creating prominence on area roads throughout the morning, Environment Canada warned in the council.

The weather group said there is a great danger that the winds are "destructive" – ​​and Edmonton will fall through the morning company.

It is expected that a wind climb will be between 70 and 90 kilometers per hour in the capital sector. Lightning levels are expected in Edmonton, with a risk of frosting.

"A strong wind in the northwest is coming behind behind the cold cold," said Environment Canada in advising.

"As the winds spread to the south east, a strong stream will reach the red deer area, Lloydminster and Hanna before midnight and continue throughout the evening. "

At 5 a.m. Friday, there were still wind warnings for:

  • Edmonton City – St Andrews – Sherwood Park
  • Glen Drayton – Devon – Rimbey – Lake Pigeon
  • Cardston – David MacLeod – Magrath
  • Pass Crowsest – Pincher Creek – Waterton Lakes Nat. Park
  • Fort Saskatchewan – Vegreville – Redwater – Smoky Lake
  • Hanna – Coronation – Oyen
  • Leduc – Camrose – Wetaskiwin – Tofield
  • Lethbridge – Taber – River Milk
  • Lloydminster – Wainwright – Vermilion – Provost
  • Okotoks – Upper River – Claresholm
  • Red Deer – Ponoka – Innisfail – Stettler
  • Spruce Grove – Morinville – Mayerthorpe – Evansburg

Warning to other parts of the department is going to & # 39; chopped for heavy snow. Some areas are expected between 10 and 20 centimeters.

The snow is expected to be finalized on Friday afternoon for the parts of the northwest of Alberta. It will continue on Saturday morning for communities closer to the Saskatchewan boundaries.

Strong winds with streams of 50 to 70 kilometers per hour also cause poor publicity and snowfall, the Environment of Canada warned.

Snow warnings are also in place for several departments, including:

  • Fort Chipewyan – Buffalo Wood National Park
  • Fort McMurray – Fort MacKay
  • Higher – Rainbow Lake – Fort Vermilion
  • Peace Peace – Fairview – High Prairie – Manning
  • Wabasca – Loch Peerless – Gift Lake – Cadotte Lake


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