A storm from the Rockies brings snow to the Prairies.
A Pacific storm brings widespread rain and snow to the Rockies yet again.
Considerable cloudiness, with a passing snow flurry or two.
Waves of storminess from Alaskan waters produce periods of heavy rain and snow as a series of low-pressure disturbances enter British Columbia and then propagate to the east. Bitterly cold temperatures follow.
Generally fair, dry, and very cold for Christmastime and Boxing Day.
Moisture and energy from British Columbia bring a renewed threat of snow.
Snow Rockies to Manitoba.
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