A cold front is on its way to Calgary.
Environment Canada issued a special weather report for the city of Calgary, which states that a Pacific low is currently sweeping through BC.
That cold front will hit Alberta on Friday, bringing snowfall across much of the central and southern parts of the province, including Calgary, the statement said.
Temperatures on Friday are expected to be “well above zero” with the likelihood of rain, although afternoon temperatures could drop as the cold front moves in.
Calgarians can expect snowfall and winds of up to 80 km / h.
If you are going home on a Friday afternoon / evening, you should be careful of the rapidly changing weather and plan accordingly.
More than four inches of snowfall can fall in any area south of Red Deer.
“There is still some uncertainty about where most of the snow will fall as that low is off the Pacific coast of British Columbia,” the statement said.
It looks like winter is on its way to Calgary after an unusually warm fall.