Winter-like storm brings major snowfall
The storm system that blanketed parts of Alberta with up to 11 inches (30 cm) of snow earlier last week dumped similar amounts on Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and brought freezing rain to northwestern Ontario.
As of Sunday morning Regina, Saskatchewan, had about 30 cm, while Saskatoon reported a more modest, but still significant, 6½ inches (17 cm).
In Manitoba, Winnipeggers were digging out after 9 inches (24 cm) of snow fell on that city, and much of Manitoba’s southern highways were listed as partially or fully covered.
Edmonton recorded a little more than 30 cm, while Calgary had 22 cm.
I’d sure prefer global warming
Thanks to John Smith for this link