Snow blankets parts of Alberta on Labour Day

08 Sep 2020 6:53 AM | Smart About Salt (Administrator)

A few parts of Alberta got a taste of winter-like weather this long weekend.

Temperatures plunged across the Prairies due to a deep upper level trough dragging in unusually cold air from the north. A weak low pressure system then tracked over the Rockies into Alberta and the frigid temperatures allowed for snow to fall across parts of the province.

Some high elevation areas saw several centimetres of snow accumulate and certain ski hills, such as those at Sunshine Village, looked like they were in the middle of winter.

See below for a look at the winter-like weather in Alberta.

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