It just get's better and better. NOT. (Or can I still use that early 90's turn of phrase?)

Today I am secluded in the Field Safety Zone Bunker of Silence to accomplish all the work I need to have done by tomorrow when I am due to be in Calgary for a couple of days of meetings, some of which I am leading. I can deal with all that.

What I can't deal with exactly, is THIS;
The agency has issued a winter storm warning for the city today, calling for 10 to 20 centimetres of snow by Thursday evening. The forecast says the precipitation will turn to snow by Thursday morning in what officials are calling "dangerous winter weather conditions."

The agency says the snowfall will come from an upper low pressure system moving across the Rockies into southern Alberta today. The system is expected to bring winds of up to 70 kilometres an hour in addition to the snow.


Just Great. April on the Prairies (that exist right beside the mountains.)

4 comments:

  1. Precipitation would be welcome here, everything is so dry. But snow is a bit much. I hope your time in the Field Safety Zone Bunker of Silence will prepare you for whatever challenges that may come meteorological or otherwise.

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  2. Remember that other annual meeting a few years back? Everyone survived and business carried on. But I hope everyone driving is safe.

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  3. Is that this weekend already? Randall, and everyone else, drive safely. Have a blessed time together. Say hi to the P.A. folks for me, even though that seems like a roundabout way of doing things but no matter because I know they will hunt you down in any case!
    Peace be upon all your meetings.
    Oh yeah, and show the 'newbies' around will ya? Thanks.

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  4. You bet Janet, I'll do that.

    And you, say hi to those out there who may remember us too.

    Hope the girls are doing well out on that Island.

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