CALGARY – Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the mountain parks, Kanaskis country and Nordegg (Forestry Trunk Road Highway 734).

Wind gusts and a drastic drop in temperature are projected and, as of Monday morning, snowfall warnings are in place for the following regions:

  • Banff National Park
  • Kananaskis – Canmore
  • Jasper National Park
  • Nordegg – Forestry Trunk Road Highway 734

Environment Canada predicts that the southward moving cold front will produce anywhere from 10 to 25 cm of snow by Tuesday afternoon in higher terrain areas.

As of Monday morning, CTV Calgary meteorologist Kevin Stanfield is forecasting a high of 17C for Calgary on Monday followed by a high of -8C Tuesday. Daytime highs are expected to rebound by the end of the work week with highs of 7C Thursday and 10C Friday.

Environment Canada ended its cold weather alert for Calgary. They predict the cold front will bring around 5 cm of snow to Calgary.

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