Environment Canada has issued climate warnings for regions west and south of Calgary, including a snowfall warning for Banff National Park.
While Calgary peoples are enjoying warm temperatures, a breeze warning is as a result for the Kananaskis and Canmore area, which is relied upon to get strong winds that may cause harm.
“Westerly breezes are relied upon to increment in quality late this afternoon with twist wind gusts km/hour expected,” Environment Canada stated in an alert.
“These solid winds will persevere through Thursday before at last weakening early Friday. The wind might hurl loose objects and cause damage or harm. Be set up to alter your driving with changing road conditions because of high breezes.”
Southern Alberta areas including Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pass, and Waterton Lakes National Park are additionally under a wind warning, with blasts more than 110 km/hour anticipated Wednesday afternoon and increasing to gusts more than 120 km/hour Thursday.
Heavy snowfall is forecast for both Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, with between 10-20 cm of snow expected for the Icefields Parkway. Light snow will start Wednesday afternoon, with the heaviest snow expected to fall on Thursday.
“Be set up to alter your driving with changing road conditions,” Environment Canada said. “Permeability might be abruptly diminished now and again in heavy snow.”
Stay Healthy and Stay Safe for all Calgary and Canadians.
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