CALGARY – Environment Canada has ended a snowfall warning that blanketed the city, but the alert remains in effect for communities nearby.
The weather agency forecasts a chance of flurries for the city through the day Sunday with a clear, sunny morning Monday for Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Those areas can expect to see up to 20 centimetres of snow fall by the end of the weekend.
Meantime, crews in Calgary are out clearing priority one and two routes.
Highway conditions across the province are challenging this morning with partly covered/covered snow with icy sections and reduced visibility. Plows are actively working to clear the roads; give them room to work. Drive to conditions. (8:00am) #ABRoads #ABStorm pic.twitter.com/yoRSkPyLFZ
— 511 Alberta (@511Alberta) November 10, 2019
If you have to travel over the long weekend, 511Alberta is reminding drivers to take their time, leave extra space, and adjust to the conditions.