• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Prairie Snowfall Amounts are Astronomical



Some of the snowfall amounts recorded across the Prairie provinces are quite shocking.


Here are some of the storm totals from Environment and Climate Change Canada.


Alberta:

  • Carway: 79 cm

  • Pekisko: 72 cm

  • Beaver Mines: 63 cm

  • Milk River: 47 cm

  • Claresholm: 36 cm

  • Calgary Intl Airport: 27 cm

  • Pincher Creek: 24 cm

  • Nordegg: 13 cm

  • Onefour: 10 cm

  • Waterton: 95 cm

  • Near Cardston: 70-90 cm

  • Taber: 60 cm

  • Bragg Creek: 50 cm

  • Lethbridge 50-60 cm

  • Claresholm: 40-45 cm

  • Exshaw: 44 cm

  • Okotoks: 40 cm

  • Calgary: 32 cm

  • Brooks: 34 cm

  • High River: 26 cm

  • Kananaskis: 30 cm

  • Oyen: 28 cm

  • Airdrie: 27 cm

  • Cochrane: 27 cm

  • High River: 27 cm

  • Drumheller: 23 cm

  • Waiparous: 17 cm

Saskatchewan:

  • Kindersley: 10 cm

  • Moose Jaw: 8 cm

  • Hodgeville: 17 cm

  • Fox Valley: 15 cm

  • Gravelbourg: 10 cm

  • Western Cypress Hills: 40 cm

  • Shaunavon: 20-22 cm

  • Eatonia: 18 cm

  • Conquest: 16 cm

  • Outlook: 10-16 cm

Manitoba managed to escape the heavy snow but got a dose of heavy rain instead.


Rainfall Amounts:

  • Prawda 61 mm

  • Marchand 61 mm

  • Falcon Lake 57 mm

  • Hadashville 56 mm

  • Altona 54 mm

  • Elma 51 mm

  • Woodridge 50 mm

  • Green Lake 49 mm

  • Steinbach 46 mm

  • Menisino 45 mm

  • Morris 43 mm

  • St. Pierre 43 mm

  • Sprague 42 mm

  • Emerson 42 mm

  • Morden 39 mm

  • Zhoda 38 mm

  • Dominion City 38 mm

  • Gardenton 37 mm

  • Deerwood 37 mm

  • Vivian 35 mm

  • Winnipeg 24 mm

  • Portage La Prairie 21 mm

  • Brandon 18 mm

Based on ECCC Data

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