People in Alberta and Saskatchewan got hit with a big old Canadian winter storm this past weekend on Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8.
While the blizzard had been predicted a few days prior and weather warnings began to surface, the sheer volume of it was still totally shocking to see.
According to Global News, some parts of Alberta got as much as 40 centimetres of snow.
The Weather Network reported over 74 centimetres in parts of Saskatchewan, as well.
Many travel warnings were issued to the public as roads were slick and visibility was awful.
At around 10:30 last night, the snow overtook the camera. Madness in Swift Current. #skstorm https://t.co/uDtuRlJOcs— Ryan Swïtzer (@Ryan Swïtzer)1604928769.0
Additional snow is anticipated on Monday in both the prairie provinces and temperatures will dip as low as -24 C this evening.
If this is an indication of the winter ahead, we think it might be a bit of an indoor season for us.
Luckily, the ski hills are looking absolutely perfect.