How many inches of snow did Edmonton get?


Why is Canada so rich?

It has the world’s third largest proven petroleum reserves and is the fourth largest exporter of petroleum. It is also the fourth largest exporter of natural gas. Canada is considered an “energy superpower” due to its abundant natural resources and a small population of 37 million inhabitants relative to its land area.

Where is the best place in Canada to live?

Best places to live in Canada: the verdict

Which city is warmer Calgary or Edmonton?

The two cities have very similar high temperatures, with very similar ranges. Edmonton does seem to be a little bit warmer in June, with Calgary a little bit warmer in August. For the average overnight lows though, Edmonton is consistently several degrees warmer than Calgary during the summer.

Is there snow on the ground in Edmonton right now?

There are currently no active snow events at this location.

Has Edmonton ever had snow in July?

Admittedly, we have recorded snow in every month except for July, and in a typical year we might get snow anywhere from October through May.

When was the last snowfall in Edmonton?

Since 1994 the snowfall extremes were measured at Edmonton International Airport. Before then, the weather station was at Edmonton Municipal Airport….Edmonton – Extreme Daily Snowfall for Each Year.

How many inches of snow did Edmonton get?

Edmonton has a fairly dry climate. On average, it receives 476.9 millimetres (18.78 in) of precipitation, of which 365.7 millimetres (14.40 in) is rain and 111.2 millimetres (4.38 in) is the melt from 123.5 centimetres (48.6 in) of snowfall per annum.