Alberta Weather

Central Alberta has been put on a severe thunderstorm watch for Thursday July 9, 2020. Submitted.

Severe thunderstorm warning for Central Alberta

Central Alberta expected to have severe thunderstorms roll through Thursday June 9, 2020.

 

Southern Alberta hailstorm caused almost $1.2B in damage: insurance bureau

Southern Alberta hailstorm caused almost $1.2B in damage: insurance bureau

Southern Alberta hailstorm caused almost $1.2B in damage: insurance bureau

 

A tornado was spotted near New Dayton, located southwest of Lethbridge, Saturday night, Environment Canada says. Photo via Google maps

Alberta mopping up after storm that brought heavy rain, hail and tornadoes

Environment Canada says a tornado was spotted at 7:37 p.m. near New Dayton

A tornado was spotted near New Dayton, located southwest of Lethbridge, Saturday night, Environment Canada says. Photo via Google maps
Expect rain starting this afternoon in Red Deer and some parts of central Alberta
Expect rain starting this afternoon in Red Deer and some parts of central Alberta
Snowfall warning for central Alberta

Snowfall warning for central Alberta

Environment Canada expects 10 to 20 cms of snowfall overnight of Thursday

Snowfall warning for central Alberta
Snowfall warning set for central Alberta

Snowfall warning set for central Alberta

Some areas are expected to receive 20 cms by Friday morning

Snowfall warning set for central Alberta
UPDATE: Highway 2 a “skating rink” - Heavy snowfall

UPDATE: Highway 2 a “skating rink” – Heavy snowfall

Environment Canada warns that 10 to 20 cm of snow is expected by Sunday

UPDATE: Highway 2 a “skating rink” - Heavy snowfall
Winter storm warning in effect for Ponoka and area

Winter storm warning in effect for Ponoka and area

Environment Canada expects snowfall in the 25 to 35 cm range

Winter storm warning in effect for Ponoka and area
With the extreme cold conditions Alberta’s seeing, there’s a few steps pet owners and ranchers can take to ensure their animals are protected and safe.                                File photo

Tips to care for your animals in extreme cold

Extra food, wind shelters and for the smaller pets, staying in doors helps

With the extreme cold conditions Alberta’s seeing, there’s a few steps pet owners and ranchers can take to ensure their animals are protected and safe.                                File photo