[IN PICTURES]: 80cm+ in Alberta/Montana



Weather summary for Alberta issued by Environment Canada at 4:43 p.m. MDT Sunday 29 September 2019. A strong Idaho low, which formed late Thursday, September 26, prompted winter storm and snowfall warnings to be issued Friday, September 27. This vigorous low pressure system interacted with terrain in the southwest to bring total snowfall amounts as high as 80 centimetres, and blowing snow and gusty westerly winds behind the low as it moves eastward. As the event is ongoing, these values may need to be updated. You can report snowfall amounts via social media to #abstorm, or you can email your reports to abstorm@canada.ca.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment and Climate Change Canada as of 16:00 MDT, September 29.

1. Summary of Event total Snowfall Amounts in Centimetres: Pekisko: 54 Milk River: 31 Irvine: 30 Calgary: 15-25 Claresholm: 24 Nordegg: 11 Medicine Hat: 10 Onefour: 10

Reports received by Social Media: Highway 22 South of Chain Lakes: 80 Waterton Park: 72 Cardston County: 60-70 Hillcrest: 60 Turner Valley: 60 Lethbridge: 45-55 Castle Mountain: 50 Crowsnest Pass: 40-45 Exshaw: 33 Warner: 33 Taber: 32 Fort MacLeod: 30 Priddis: 27 Kananaskis: 25 De Winton: 23 Cochrane: 21 High River: 18 Sundre: 17 Brooks: 16 Airdrie: 16 Carstairs: 11 Didsbury: 9

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.


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