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Albertans might want to dig out their winter gear ahead of the weekend, as the latest Alberta weather forecast is calling for a pretty severe drop from summer weather to snow.

According to the Alberta weather forecast from The Weather Network, the province will probably be saying goodbye to the last of its summer temperatures on Wednesday, when it's expected to reach highs of 23 degrees in Calgary and 20 degrees in Edmonton with plenty of sun.

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Summer might technically still hanging around but parts of Alberta and B.C. are likely to see some snow next week.

The latest forecast from The Weather Network, Western Canada is next in line for some snow as a "strong upper-level trough" brings cooler temperatures and snowy conditions to both Alberta and B.C. next week.

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After a few weeks of sizzling temperatures in Alberta, things are about to take a wintery turn with the province's first snowfall forecast to hit this week.

Albertans might want to start preparing their goodbyes to summer because according to The Weather Network, a "broad upper-level trough" is heading to the province, bringing some cooler temperatures and a chance for precipitation on Thursday and Friday.

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Police in the Edmonton area are warning drivers to take caution as a winter storm dumps up to 25 centimetres of snow on the city.

Edmonton Police Service told CTV that 88 collisions were reported to them on Monday, three of which involved injuries. There were also 14 hit-and-runs and 71 crashes that damaged property.

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Spring has sprung in most parts of Canada. But apparently, not everyone will be graced with double-digit warm temperatures for very long. In Alberta, winter is not quite over as parts of the province are expected to get up to 15 cm of snow this week. Remember when we told you to put away your toques? We lied.

Just last week, B.C. and Alberta saw record-breaking heat. While B.C. is still being blessed with the warm weather, Alberta is not quite as lucky. In fact, parts of the province will be seeing snow this week, and not just a little bit of snow. Up to 15 cm of snow will be hitting many different parts of Alberta.

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