Snow updates

Sunday 9:30 a.m.

Snowfall warning

Snowfall Warning in effect for Calgary, Canmore and Kananaskis. The front appears to have already moved through Lake Louise and Banff.

lake-louise-snowA dusting of snow overnight in Canmore, but in the past few minutes the snow seems to have started in earnest. Can’t see across the valley.

If you are brave enough to venture out, leave your snow story in the comments.

It sure is aggravating to see so many webcams inoperable.

The latest from Bow Valley Road Conditions on Facebook(posted at 8:55 a.m.):

“Roads are extremely icy between Canmore and Scott Lake hill both ways. Several vehicles in the ditch, id stay off the highways if you don’t have to go out.”

Here’s the link to Bow Valley Road Conditions. It’s a closed group, but I’m pretty sure they’ll accept anybody(they accepted me!).


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  1. Great day at Redearth Creek! Lots of snow and breaking tracks the whole way. Weather got a bit colder and the ride out was much faster then heading in.

  2. I see the Mud Lake weather station shows the snow depth has increased from 22 cm yesterday to 40 cm now. Mud Lake is near Chester Lake trailhead. This bodes well for Mt Shark.

    We’re up to 3 cm in Canmore at my elevation of 1402 metres and still snowing. The webcam for downtown Canmore seems to show less at the lower elevation. The nordic centre elevation is 1420 metres.

  3. tch to lake louise.
    very poor visibility. snow at 2 cph
    don’t do !!

    • I was contemplating heading up that way, so thanks for the timely update. For those who don’t know the lingo CPH = cm per hour.

    • We made an attempt from Calgary but turned around at Morley and came home.

      Sorry to hear your trip was cut short but on the other hand it’s great news! I hope this bodes well for West Bragg Creek. -Bob

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