The snow made for a very busy Tuesday for first responders.
Calgary Police say there were more than 200 collisions reported throughout the day.
Very busy day for @CalgaryPolice responding to collisions.
Between 5pm-8:30pm there have been 70 crashes on #yyc roads, bringing the total to nearly 200 for the day.
Fortunately, no serious injuries reported in the crashes tonight.#abstorm
— Jared Launchbury (@660Launch) November 6, 2019
Environment Canada forecasted 5 centimetres of snow accumulation for Calgary by Wednesday morning.
Snowfall warnings remain in place for several areas south and west of Calgary, including Kananaskis-Canmore, Okotoks-High River and Crowsnest Pass-Waterton Lakes,
Some areas could see as much as 30 centimetres of snow.
— 511 Alberta (@511Alberta) November 6, 2019