Showers and storms possible in southern Alberta
Monday, August 14, 2017, 12:01 PM - A boundary extending from the Northwest Territories down into Montana could spark some unstable weather in southern Alberta on Monday afternoon into the evening hours.
Storms are probable through the area, possibly becoming severe near Calagary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat.
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There is a slight risk of tornadic activity with these storms. However, the most likely threats will be strong winds, small hail and heavy rain.
Calgary is forecast to reach only 15oC today, its coldest temperature since June 10th.
Special air quality statements blanketed southeast Alberta on Monday morning, as smoke from the British Columbia wildfires moves into the province.
Conditions will be fair for the mid to late week in the Prairies -- with some exceptions.
Northern and central Alberta, and parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, could become unsettled on Friday. These conditions could continue into Friday evening in central and southern Alberta.
Most of the wet weather will be north of the Yellowhead Highway, but some strong winds will extend further south.
Check back for updates on this developing story.