|Taken earlier this fall, I can still repost photos, just not new ones. :(|
Apparently I have used up my allotted space for photos this year but that doesn't mean I have nothing left to say! Tonight as I was watching a flash mob sing Christmas songs on a Facebook posting, I also noticed that we, Edmonton area, have a snowfall warning with an abnormal temperature trend to tonight and tomorrow. What's an abnormal temperature trend, you may wonder? It's when the temperature gets colder during the daytime. Tomorrow during the day we are expected to drop to -16 Celsius following an overnight low of -12 Celsius. Add to this cold, we are also expecting snow, and a fair amount. The following is the official warning:
WarningsCity of Edmonton - St. Albert - Sherwood Park
3:32 PM MST Tuesday 27 November 2012
Snowfall warning for
City of Edmonton - St. Albert - Sherwood Park issued
Heavy snowfall to start early Wednesday with 15 to 25 cm of snowfall expected by Thursday.
A deep Arctic ridge is building down from the Yukon and Northwest Territories bringing below normal temperatures to most of Alberta. Strong winds combined with the cold temperatures will produce extreme wind chill values near -40 in the High Level region by Wednesday morning. At these extreme wind chill values frostbite on exposed skin may occur in less than 10 minutes.
Overnight an intense upper disturbance from the Pacific will cross the Rockies generating a band of heavy snow that will extend from the Grand Cache and Grande Prairie region through Whitecourt into the Capital region including the city of Edmonton by Wednesday afternoon. The heavy snowfall is expected to taper off by Thursday with snowfall amounts in the 15 to 25 cm range. However snowfall is likely to continue into the weekend for Central Alberta.
~Hot chocolate, a warm throw and a good book are looking really good right now! Stay warm and stay safe! Looks like snow is in the forecast for the remainder of the week. (struggling to put on a happy face here....) On a happy note, I have some very good books lined up to fill the time!