Cool air-mass means Lakeland may see snow in September
14.5 centimeters set the record for November 4th back in 1965 - File photo
A weather anomaly tracking across the province may bring a taste of Jack Frost to the Lakeland in early September. Environment Canada says a cool air-mass will bring colder than normal temperatures to most of the province this week. Western places like Grande Prarie and Jasper are bracing for anywhere from 5 to 15 centimetres of snow by Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a special weather advisory has been issued for the Lakeland. it covers places like:
Co. of St. Paul near Ashmont St. Vincent and St. Lina
Co. of St. Paul near Elk Point and St. Edouard
Co. of St. Paul near Lindbergh and Frog Lake
Co. of St. Paul near St. Paul and Lafond
Improvement District 349 including Cold Lake Air Weapons Range
Lac La Biche Co. near Fork Lake
Lac La Biche Co. near Heart Lake
Lac La Biche Co. near Lac La Biche and Square Lake
Lac La Biche Co. near Lakeland Prov. Park and Rec. Area
Lac La Biche Co. near Plamondon Hylo and Avenir
M.D. of Bonnyville near Beaverdam
M.D. of Bonnyville near Bonnyville Ardmore and Kehewin Res.
M.D. of Bonnyville near Cold Lake and City of Cold Lake
M.D. of Bonnyville near Fishing Lake Smt
M.D. of Bonnyville near Glendon and Moose Lake
M.D. of Bonnyville near La Corey Wolf Lake and Truman
Smoky Lake Co. near Buffalo Lake and Kikino Settlements
Smoky Lake Co. near Vilna Saddle Lake and Whitefish Lake
Environment Canada says any snowfall in our area will probably be negligible as the system breaks up crossing the province. It’s not unheard of for the are to see snow. On September 13th, 1970 two centimetres of snow fell, setting the current record.