gives you all the Alberta Canada weather you probably need. How do you
use this data to get forecast info? First click on the map below, then on any community shown on the Environment Canada Alberta weather page that pops up, OR select your town from the lower box. The upper box lets you pick another province.
Each city-page provides you with current temperature and other information, plus forecasts for the next 5 days. Weather warnings currently in effect will show in red across the top of the page. If you have cable TV or satellite, you can always tune into the Weather Network to get their forecasts as well, usually with video and greater detail. If you compare, you'll find the TWN forecasts similar but not identical to the predictions provided by Environment Canada.
Would you like to try something different?
Alberta has another system of relaying weather information. We start with weather radio broadcasts. These frequencies fall into a band known as VHF (very high frequency) and you will need special radio equipment to hear them. Or you can use the phone numbers and dial the local number to listen to recorded weather information for each place in English. How to find weather information for each of these places on the Alberta map.
Also, the Emergency Public Warning Systems exist to send out warnings regarding weather and other hazards. Things such as floods, fires, toxic spills, contamination or terrorism.
Check this link for more about the Environment Canada weather warning page. Do you use any of these technologies for your weather?
You like this Idea? It works for its intended purpose, but probably is not perfect. Why not?
Do you know of a better one? We'd all like to see it, I'll bet. A penny for your thoughts.
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Ever heard of an Alberta Clipper?
This winter storm, although it originates somewhere on the Alberta map, quickly moves towards the east or southeast and may deposit moderate to great amounts of snow as far away as the Eastern Seaboard. Usually, one of these storms starts off as a fresh descendant of an aging Pacific storm after it crosses the BC mountains. A distinguishing characteristic of this kind of system is its speed across and out of the Alberta map, its wind speeds and sudden temperature fall-rates. It often scoots out of Alberta before it has dropped any precipitation.
Alberta and weather - they almost go hand-in-hand. If the air quality in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba is important to you, have a look at this short Environment Canada article.
With the Environment Canada weather map for Alberta, you can select your city or town to get the latest weather forecast.
Are you concerned about Air Pollution in your area?
Maybe modelling air pollution will get you the answers you need for this problem.
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