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Wednesday August 01 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 has decreased 1 cms over the past 24 hours, and is at 101 cms.
The Bow River at Calgary has decreased 2 cms over the past 24 hours, and is at 213 cms.
Bow River at Banff: 101 cms (down from 102 cms)
Bow River at Cochrane: 222 cms (up from 204 cms)
Bow River at Calgary: 213 cms (down from 215 cms)
Bow River below Carseland Dam: 205 cms (down from 208 cms)
(On Thursday July 27, the Bow River at Calgary had decreased 60 cms, from 273 down to 213.)
Chilly Thursday Weather
An upper level low will draw cool air from northern BC into southern Alberta Thursday. A surface cold front will pass through the Calgary area in the aerly morning. Behind the front, most parts of southern Alberta will get rain showers through much of the day, with possible sunny breaks in Calgary in the late afternoon. The sun's arrival will be too late to warm us up, so we're going with a high of only 14 degrees Thursday. Friday will also be cool, but sunnier and much warmer weather returns Saturday and Sunday.
CTV Calgary Weather: David Spence