Snowy conditions on Feb. 1 in Central Alberta

Adhere to winter driving conditions

Flurries began early this afternoon, following rain showers.

Two cm of snow is expected with winds southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming northwest 30 gusting to 50 this afternoon. Temperature expected to fall to zero.

Flurries, which are expected to get heavy at times, should end near midnight. Temperature is expected to drop to minus 16 with the windchill overnight.

On Sunday it is expected to be mainly sunny with a wind up to 15 km/h. A high of minus 5 is forecast with a high of minus 10 on Monday.

As of Saturday afternoon roads in the Rimbey area were bare and dry according to the AMA road report.

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