THIS pattern change could send snow flying for Labour Day | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

THIS pattern change could send snow flying for Labour Day

As Albertans woke up to the new work week on Monday, snow was seen falling on Highway 1 near Canmore, just west of the city Calgary and into the southern Rockies.

In fact, it had been falling throughout most of the morning across the Rockies as storms fired up across the Saskatchewan border as a low pressure system brought cool northerly winds in its wake.

"While it didn't snow in Calgary itself, the northerly winds gusting up to 50 km/h resulted in a windchill closer to the freezing mark," Weather Network meteorologist Erin Wenckstern said Monday.

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