Hurricane force winds continued to batter parts of Alberta on Friday, and there's one more day of vicious gusts to come on Saturday. Damage to structures and numerous toppled tractor trailers were reported through Thursday afternoon amid a peak wind gust in excess of 160 km/h. More who'll be seeing the last of the strong winds (at least, for now), how the strong westerlies will drive temperatures up this weekend, plus a heightened avalanche threat.
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