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Current Weather Warnings Issued In Alberta For:

LERTS FOR: JASPER NATIONAL PARK

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9:33 PM MDT TUESDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2017
SNOWFALL WARNING IN EFFECT FOR:

  • JASPER NAT. PARK NEAR AND SOUTH OF SUNWAPTA FALLS
  • JASPER NAT. PARK NEAR JASPER
  • JASPER NAT. PARK NEAR POCAHONTAS

SNOWFALL, WITH TOTAL AMOUNTS OF 10 TO 15 CM IS EXPECTED.

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM HAS FORMED OVER CENTRAL ALBERTA AND IS EXPECTED TO BRING HEAVY PRECIPITATION FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. AREAS TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST OF THE LOW WILL RECEIVE SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF PRECIPITATION.

NEARLY 5 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW HAS ALREADY FALLEN AROUND WHITECOURT. RAIN SHOULD SWITCH TO SNOW IN THE ALBERTA ELBOW THIS EVENING. AREAS OF HIGHER TERRAIN ARE EXPECTED TO SEE THE GREATEST SNOWFALL AMOUNTS, 10 TO 15 CENTIMETRES BY WEDNESDAY MORNING.

PREPARE FOR QUICKLY CHANGING AND DETERIORATING TRAVEL CONDITIONS. IF VISIBILITY IS REDUCED WHILE DRIVING, TURN ON YOUR LIGHTS AND MAINTAIN A SAFE FOLLOWING DISTANCE.

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