Does it snow in Alberta?
Yes...Alberta is located in Canada which is more-than famous for its snow hence the nick-name "The Great White North."
Alberta is in western Canada, and covers an area of 661,190 kmÂ² (255,287 miÂ²). To the south, it borders the U.S. state of Montana on the 49th Paralell To the east at a l…ongitude of 110Â° west, it borders the province of Saskatchewan. At 60Â° north, it is bordered by the Northwest Territories. To the west, its border with British Columbia follows the line of peaks of the Rocky Mountains range along them Continental Divide, which runs northwesterly until it reaches 120Â° west, at which point the border follows this meridian to 60Â° north.
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Alberta is one of Canada's three Prairie Provinces. It stretches form British Columbia and the towering, snow-clad Rocky Mountains in the west to the province of Saskatchewan …in the east; and from the thinly settled Northwest Territories in the north to the state of Montana in the south. Within the boundaries of Alberta, fields of grain extend farther than eye can see, and cattle ranches dot the foothills of the Rockies.
Alberta was named for princess Louise Alberta.
The opportunities for recreation in Alberta are nearly unlimited. You can play or do any sport imaginable. You can fish, hunt, camp. Shopping and Gambling See a play, attend t…he opera, attend a concert, go to the ballet, go to an art gallery. Eat at a five-star restaurant. Eat at an "ethnic" restaurant. Attend a cultural festival or an exhibition. These are just a few things you can do in Alberta.
The district of Alberta was created in 1882, and enlarged to become a province of Canada on September 1, 1905. The name was suggested by the Marquess of Lorne, Governor Genera…l of Canada from 1878 to 1883, in honour of his wife, H.R.H. Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, daughter of Queen Victoria. http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/6046 .
no Answer: The only snow free months in Calgary and Edmonton (major Alberta cities) are June, July and August.
Beef, Oil, Mountains, Malls...
The ground snow load varies. Use the free snow load calculators at Jabacus (related link) to find the snow load for a specific location.
Calgary is to Alberta, as City is to Province...
At first it is rain but if it is below 0 it is colder and when the rain gets closer to the earth it freezes and that is what turns it to snow
Play in it! Make snow angels, make a snow man, go sledding or snowboarding. You could have a snowball fight or build a fort or go skiing.
In Snow and Ice
There are two ways to measure this: Total snowfall - 60.1cm Total precipitation - 56.6mm The total snowfall number is the one you're probably interested in; that's the… actual depth of solid snow that fell. The total precipitation is figured out by taking the snow that fell and melting it, and comparing that to an equal amount of rainfall, to determine the actual amount of water that fell. These numbers from the National Climate Data and Information Archive - see related link.
In Snow and Ice
Absolutely, especially in the mountains and the more northern areas of the province.
The snowfall total for January 2012 in Edmonton was 7.9cm.
There was 21.2cm of snowfall in Edmonton for the month of February in 2012 (as measured at the Edmonton International Airport).
You would have to drive to b.c or jasper.