I hope everyone has had a nice summer. We’ve barely had time to enjoy the fall colours and now there’s a big snowfall in the forecast.
I’m adding a few pictures of the aspen trees in Kananaskis countrywhich were spectacular a few days ago. They hadn’t started losing their leaves but I imagine the wind and snow will soon take care of that.
This is my first post under the new blog format. It was necessary to start using a new platform for a number of reasons. The old one was no longer functioning properly and there was no way to update it.
I still have a few bugs to iron out, but the most important feature, the Trip Reports page, is alive and functioning. I can’t wait to start hearing about readers’ ski trips.
Predictions from the “Big Four” weather forecasts show snowfall amounts ranging from 5 cm to 52 cm by Monday. Here are the averages:
Sandy McNabb 37 cm
West Bragg Creek 32 cm
Kananaskis Village 29 cm
PLPP 26 cm
Calgary: 10 cm
Banff 17 cm
Lake Louise 5 cm
Pincher Creek 52 cm
Cypress Hills 30 cm
The “Big Four” include Windy.com, Snow Forecast, Ventusky, and the Weather Network.