Early in the morning on Tuesday, February 11, Environment Canada issued an Edmonton weather warning. They predict between 10 and 15 centimetres of snow accumulation. But if that isn't unpleasant enough, they also warned residents of some seriously low visibility following the snowstorm.\nThe government agency writes that "heavy bands of snow" are currently drifting through Central Alberta, including the Edmonton Metro Area, St. Albert, and Sherwood Park.\nThey warn that visibility will be largely reduced by these snow bands. They predict that many people will not be able to see beyond 500 metres. That may sound like a lot, but it sure isn't when you're on the highway.\nStill, Edmontonians are no strangers to these kinds of weather warnings.\nAt this point, we've seen it all but then this weather alert tells us we might not be able to see at all.\nThe Weather Network also confirms the low visibility conditions, explaining that the majority of the snow has already fallen but the visibility still remains a top concern.\nEdmonton drivers are about to have a wild time navigating the frosty roads and the snow belts flying into their windshields.\nView this post on Instagram #mothernature is at it again #weather #albertaweather #canada #snow #snowflakes #yegweather #yeglife #winter #winterwonderland #cold A post shared by Tracey Stewart (@tstewarts) on Feb 11, 2020 at 9:50am PST\nThe Edmonton Journal says to expect a high of 1 C during the day, with temperatures dropping to a whopping -20 C by midnight. This means it's time to bundle up in a whole lot of layers if you are going to have a late night out.\nIt also forecasts northeast winds at "30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming light near midnight."\nMany in the area might feel indifferent about the weather after having gone through a record-breaking cold snap. Once you've been part of that, the rest of the winter might not pose any threats at all.\nView this post on Instagram It's coming down pretty hard now, and we have a weather warning. 10:28 a.m., Feb. 11, 2020 The sound in the background is traffic. . . . . #winterwonderland #yegweather #albertalife #canada #ladyyegfitness #snowing #snowyday #snowflakes A post shared by Eva Blaskovic (@ladyyegfitness) on Feb 11, 2020 at 9:46am PST\nIn their tweet, Edmonton Transit alerted passengers of bus delays due to poor weather conditions, advising passengers to "dress warmly" and "use real-time tools" to check their travel times.\nBuses are currently experiencing delays due to weather conditions. Dress warmly and use real-time tools to confirm the next bus arrival time. https://t.co/85UI9Yrmpd #yegtransit— Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) (@takeETSalert) February 11, 2020\nCity crews are hard at work clearing residential neighbourhoods, which they started doing on Monday, February 9, explains Global News.\nThankfully, we Edmontonians know how to deal with snow, though that doesn't mean we won't complain or freak out about it from time to time.