Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for parts of northern Alberta Thursday night.

The weather agency said parts of Mackenzie County and the County of Northern Lights could receive between 10 to 15 centimetres of snow.


“A low-pressure system will give an extended period of significant snowfall overnight, totalling 10 centimetres,” the weather warning said.

“Expect the snow to taper off late Friday morning.”

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Environment Canada warned drivers in affected areas to adjust their driving to changing road conditions and also to be prepared for reduced visibility at times.

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Watch below: (From Oct. 3, 2018) The Alberta Motor Association provides tips on being prepared for winter-driving emergencies

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Snowfall warnings in effect for parts of northern, central Alberta



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