Canada Weather warnings in effect for central, northern Alberta

08:10  11 june  2018
08:10  11 june  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Warnings are usually issued six to 24 hours in advance, although some severe weather (such as thunderstorms and tornadoes) can occur rapidly, with less than a half hours' notice. There are no weather alerts in effect .

In Alberta , extremely cold temperatures are expected over most of central and northern Alberta Tuesday and Tuesday night. Read the full weather warning below: 4:30 AM MST Tuesday 26 December 2017 Extreme Cold Warning in effect for

Wind and rain are expected to hit parts of the province after a storm moved northeast across Alberta on Saturday. © Creative Commons Wind and rain are expected to hit parts of the province after a storm moved northeast across Alberta on Saturday. a close up of a map: The affected areas. © Environment Canada The affected areas.

Weather warnings are in effect for parts of central and northern Alberta following a stormy weekend.

Heavy winds are expected to hit the Leduc, Lloydminster, Fort Saskatchewan and Bonnyville regions Monday morning. The wind is expected to diminish by Monday evening, according to the Environment Canada website.

"Winds will develop over the Fort Saskatchewan and Camrose regions Monday morning then spread eastwards," the website says.

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Edmonton is among a lengthy list of Alberta communities facing an extreme cold weather warning . As of 3:34 p.m. Wednesday, Environment Canada had issued extreme cold weather warnings for communities across northern Alberta .

Environment Canada notes westerly winds gusting at 90 kilometres per hour could cause damage.

"High winds may toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break," the website says. "Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions due to high winds."

Rainfall warnings

Rainfall warnings are in effect for the Slave Lake and Wabasca regions.

Environment Canada says the rain will be steady and "at times" heavy, with 50 to 90 millimetres anticipated to fall between Monday and Wednesday.

The heaviest rain is expected on Monday.

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