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Snowy system moves into southern Alberta


Expected snowfall totals
Expected snowfall totals

Staff writers

March 26, 2012 — A low pressure system is moving into southern Alberta, bringing heavy snowfall.

Areas in and around Calgary may not see significant snow accumulation
Areas in and around Calgary may not see significant snow accumulation

A snowy system from the U.S. has crossed the border - and it has set its sights on southern Alberta.

"We've been seeing light snow throughout the region," says Dayna Vettese, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "Areas in and around Calgary may not see significant accumulation, due to warm temperatures. But snow has been sticking north of the city."

The wintery weather is expected to continue through the overnight hours and into Tuesday morning.

"The heaviest snowfall is expected in the higher elevations," says Vettese. "Up to 10 cm is possible in those areas."

Stay up-to-date on weather watches across the country by visiting the Canadian Cities Index.

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