• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Heavy Rain Recorded Across Alberta


An upper trough over southern Alberta over the past few days has led to steady rain for many locations across the region. Additionally, over higher terrain such as the Cypress Hills, Milk River Ridge and southwestern foothills, snow fell accumulating on grassy surfaces on Saturday morning.


Here is a summary of rainfall amounts:

  • Beaver Mines: 72 mm

  • Stavely: 54 mm

  • Pekisko: 50 mm

  • Pincher Creek: 48 mm

  • Waterton Park Gate: 48 mm

  • Brocket: 47 mm

  • Ardenville: 42 mm

  • Carway: 37 mm

  • Claresholm: 34 mm

  • Cardston: 32 mm

  • Fort Macleod: 31 mm

  • Azure: 30 mm

  • Onefour: 29 mm

  • Foremost: 28 mm

  • Blood Tribe: 26 mm

  • Pakowki Lake: 25 mm

  • Black Diamond: 25 mm

  • Crowsnest: 24 mm

  • Masinasin: 24 mm

  • Warner: 24 mm

  • Barnwell: 23 mm

  • Priddis: 23 mm

  • Del Bonita: 22 mm

  • Wrentham: 21 mm

  • Canada Olympic Park: 20 mm

  • Fincastle: 20 mm


Based on ECCC Data


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