|Michelle (right) with shuttle clients. |
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Monday August 06 2012 at 8:00 pm
Streamflow conditions in the province are generally normal to above normal at this time of year.
Changes over the past 24 hours, unless otherwise indicated.
The Bow River at Banff increased 4 cms over the past 24 hours, and is at 91 cms.
The Bow River at Calgary decreased 22 cms over the past 24 hours, and is at 167 cms.
Bow River at Banff: 91 cms (increased from 87 cms)
Bow River at Cochrane: 93 cms (decreased from 194 cms)!!!!!!
Bow River at Calgary: 167 cms (decreased from 190 cms)
Bow River below Carseland Dam: 163 cms (decreased from 183 cms)
- On Thursday July 27, the Bow River at Calgary decreased 60 cms, from 273 cms down to 213 cms.)
- On Friday August 03, the flow rate of the Bow River at Calgary came down to below 200 cms for the first time since early June!
Heat will retreat
Heritage Day was another superb sunny summer’s day, with temps. in S.E. Alta. rocketing into the mid-30’s for the second day. Env. Can. has issued severe t-storm watches for Cent. Alta. again this eve. Calgary could see a shower or t-shower, as well, this eve. and tonight. This unsettled pattern will continue tomorrow, with mainly cloudy skies, and showers or t-showers. Things will begin to stabilize Wed., and dry, seasonal weather should take us into the weekend.
CTV Calgary Weather: Steve Rothfels