Parts Of Alberta Got A Huge Dump Of Snow While Others Went Up In Flames On Sunday
On Sunday, March 29, Alberta weather brought a huge dump of snow for some areas and a grassfire caused evacuation notices in others.
Grass fire at #Claresholm @ClaresholmFire @660NEWSTraffic @770CHQR @weathernetwork #abroads @511Alberta @GlobalLeth… https://t.co/w9Im9LjR1W— Town of Claresholm (@Town of Claresholm) 1616962629.0
Damaging winds and blowing snow will make travel a nightmare across much of the Prairies today, even in places with… https://t.co/6IW2dwLBeI— The Weather Network (@The Weather Network) 1617024600.0
According to The Weather Network, around 275 people were forced to evacuate and there were injuries sustained due to the fire.
A grass fire coupled with intense winds is certainly a recipe for disaster.
Apparently, over 5,000 hectares of land got damaged by the widespread fire that was described as "out of control."