Even though it’s spring in Edmonton, the snow hasn’t shown signs of letting up just yet, and this week is no different.
According to Environment Canada, snow is in the forecast for Edmonton Tuesday, along with high winds expected to last until Wednesday and below-zero temperatures throughout the week.
High winds between 20 and 40 km/h are forecasted Tuesday, and things will get quite cold with the wind chill nearing -21°C into the evening.
On Wednesday, winds will be around 15 km/h, and things are expected to stay cool throughout the week, even if the skies are going to be somewhat clear.
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According to the Weather Network, parts of Northern Alberta could see 10 to 15 centimetres of snow on Tuesday.
The City of Edmonton also took to Twitter to ask Edmontonians to limit non-essential travel while they try to keep the roads clear.
We encourage and appreciate your help by staying off the roads and limiting non-essential travel. This will help crews efficiently and safely clear roads. If you do travel, please leave a safe stopping distance & keep an eye out for pedestrians/cyclists. #yegtraffic
— City of Edmonton (@CityofEdmonton) March 31, 2020
Most Edmontonians are likely ready for the spring weather to roll in any day now, but at least the snow makes it easier to stay inside unless absolutely necessary.
Stay safe out there!