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Weekend flurries on the way for Rocky View County


Snow is on the way across Rocky View County this weekend, according to AccuWeather.

Bragg Creek will see a high of -2 C (with a wind chill of -6 C) on Saturday, with cloudy skies and an anticipated one to three centimetres of snow. The snowfall will taper off into the evening as the thermostat falls to -7 C, with a wind chill of -12 C. Up to 12 more centimetres of snow is expected for Sunday, which will bring a high of 0 C (or -6 C, with the wind chill). Periods of snow will last overnight, with a low of -6 C (-10 C, with the wind chill) and another six centimetres of snow possible.

A high of 0 C (or -4 C with the wind chill) is predicted for Langdon on Saturday, along with increasing cloudiness and up to five centimetres of snow heading into Sunday. The overnight low could reach -4 C, with a wind chill of -10 C. On and off heavy snow will continue through Sunday as the temperature climbs to a high of -1 C (-6 with the wind chill) before dropping to a low of -4 C (or -9 C) overnight. Before Monday, another 20-plus centimetres of accumulated snow is possible.

Occasional snow is forecast for Irricana on Saturday as the thermostat reaches a high of 2 C (or -1 C with the wind chill). Two to four centimetres of snow may accumulate overnight, with the overnight low dipping to -4 C (-8 C) heading into Sunday. Another nine centimetres or so could pile up through Sunday, which will see a high of 2 C (-3 with the wind chill) and a low of -4 C (or -7 C) overnight.

Cloudy skies are expected in Madden through Saturday, with snow falling but not likely accumulating much, even overnight. The daytime high will top out at -1 C, or -5 with the wind chill, before dropping to an overnight low of -5 C (-10 C with the wind chill). Sunday could bring a possible accumulation of around seven centimetres, with a high of -1 C (-7 C) and a low of -5 C (or -9 C) heading into Monday. is looking for photos of the latest weather conditions in Airdrie and Rocky View County.

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