Quick changes: mostly fair at first followed by a heavy snowfall (15 to 30 centimeters) for the Rockies.
The flakes continue to fly: very unsettled for Saskatchewan-Manitoba area with significant snows.
Heavy snow from Alberta-Saskatchewan (20 to 30 centimeters) and out over the prairies.
Wet snow and/or rain showers for Rockies and Prairies.
Mostly fair then light snow from the Rockies and points east.
Fair and very cold from the Prairies and points west.
If you’re dreaming’ of a White Christmas, you might get your wish: heavy snows over the Rockies and Prairies.
Mostly fair skies.
Snow clears Alberta-Saskatchewan areas and over the Prairies, turning fair.
Heavy snow, up to 30 cm, for the Rockies and over the Prairies.
Turning much colder; temperatures reach –20 to –30°C.
Snow through Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
Cold, with stormy conditions spreading east into the Rockies.
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