Get used to this news, Alberta.
With winter right around the corner, snow will become a common sight – especially further north.
Environment Canada has just issued a snowfall warning for the Northern Alberta areas of Peace River, Fairview, High Prairie, Manning, Wabasca, Peerless Lake, Gift Lake, and Cadotte Lake.
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According to the warning, these areas can expect from 10 to 15 cm of snow over the next 24 hours, easing up by Wednesday evening.
The sudden snow comes from a low-pressure system heading into Alberta overnight. Environment Canada also stated that the warning may be expanded further east.
Drivers are urged to take caution when driving in low-visibility and on snow covered roads, and to adjust their driving accordingly.