And record snowfall in Saskatchewan.
In Kindersley, Saskatchewan 47.6 cm (1½ ft) of snow piled up, making it the snowiest November day on record and the largest two day snowfall event for the city.
A record, not just for the day, mind you, but for the entire month of November. And this hit on November 9, early in the month, so there’s still a lot of November to go.
There have been reports of 20-40 cm (8-16 inches) of snowfall near Edmonton, Alberta and a wind gust hitting 102 km/h was reported in Ardenville.
Other areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan have suffered widespread and prolonged freezing drizzle, freezing rain, ice pellets, significant ice accretion and strong winds, bringing the risk of ongoing power outages.
Thanks to Jack Hydrazine and Kenneth Lund for these videos
And here’s a video of a blizzard one day later in Saskatchewan:
via Ice Age Now
November 14, 2020 at 10:51AM