The western storm that brought snow from BC to Saskatchewan ended up tracking slightly farther south, which led to more snowfall in the Calgary area and less just north of Edmonton.
Highway 36 & TWP Road 392 Intersection near Alliance, Alberta on Sunday.
However, based on the preliminary snowfall reports from Environment Canada below, it does look like the heaviest snowfall cut through the Red Deer, Alberta area as predicted. There was also heavy snowfall in the BC mountains.
The main snow area also ended up north of Saskatoon as the storm turned more toward the northeast as it entered Saskatchewan.
A look at the long-range and an update on the rainfall for the drought and wildfire areas of Alberta and eastern BC.
The upcoming summer will be very warm across large portions of Canada.
Heavy rain and snow could bring significant relief to portions of the drought and fire ravaged areas of northwestern Alberta Wednesday night into Friday morning.
Forecast clues into the second week of June.
My latest thoughts on the weather pattern across Canada for the next couple of weeks.
Latest update on fire weather conditions and my latest look at the long-range signals into early June.