Surroundings Canada meteorologists anticipate heavy snow to fall in southwestern Alberta over the weekend.
The company issued snowfall warnings for the Rocky Mountains on Saturday afternoon, noting that Banff and Jasper nationwide parks will see between 20 and 30 centimetres of snow by Monday.
Areas affected by the warning embrace Freeway 93, Lake Louise and the Saskatchewan River Crossing.
“Be ready to regulate your driving with altering street circumstances. Quickly accumulating snow might make journey tough over some places,” Surroundings Canada mentioned, recommending that drivers carry an emergency equipment with water, meals, medication, a first-aid equipment and a flashlight.
“If visibility is diminished whereas driving, decelerate, look ahead to taillights forward and be ready to cease.”
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