Storm

In this photo provided by Wreckhouse Press a home fights against high winds caused by post Tropical Storm Fiona in Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022. The home has since been lost at sea. (Rene Roy/Wreckhouse Press via AP)

Red Deer mayor narrowly misses post-tropical storm Fiona

Johnston was in Maritimes in the days leading up to the storm

 

A Hydro-Québec logo is seen on their head office building in Montreal, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. Hydro-Québec says more than 130,000 customers are still without power after a powerful storm swept across the province on Saturday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

UPDATED: Tens of thousands still without power in Ontario and Quebec after destructive storm

Ten people died after Saturday’s thunderstorm, power expected to be fully restored within a few days

 

Motorists travel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Horseshoe Bay and Lions Bay, B.C., on Friday, April 23, 2021. Avalanche Canada says there is a high risk of avalanches in the Sea-to-Sky region and across the South Coast as snow melts and a series of atmospheric rivers brings up to 15 centimetres of rain in some parts of the region. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Sea-to-Sky at highest risk of avalanches as storms hit southern B.C.

Vancouver Island and the southern coast being drenched with the series of rainstorms

Motorists travel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Horseshoe Bay and Lions Bay, B.C., on Friday, April 23, 2021. Avalanche Canada says there is a high risk of avalanches in the Sea-to-Sky region and across the South Coast as snow melts and a series of atmospheric rivers brings up to 15 centimetres of rain in some parts of the region. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Nordic and skate skiing tracks are set around Kelowna for everyone to enjoy (Britt Bailey)

Extreme cold, dangerous wind chill, more snow for many parts of B.C.

Very cold air mass stretches across parts region, with marginal improvement expected by Wednesday

Nordic and skate skiing tracks are set around Kelowna for everyone to enjoy (Britt Bailey)
Eye witness video posted to social media shows a funnel cloud forming near Vancouver’s North Shore. (@lil.IVN/Twitter)

Environment Canada confirms low-grade tornado hit Vancouver over the weekend

Funnel the latest in a series of unusual weather events in B.C. this year

Eye witness video posted to social media shows a funnel cloud forming near Vancouver’s North Shore. (@lil.IVN/Twitter)
BC Hydro workers look on as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes an announcement at BC Hydro Trades Training Centre in Surrey, B.C., Thursday, August, 29, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Study shows Metro Vancouver overconfident, underprepared for storm-related power loss

Fewer than half of area residents have an outage plan or emergency kit at home

BC Hydro workers look on as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes an announcement at BC Hydro Trades Training Centre in Surrey, B.C., Thursday, August, 29, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Crews from Brattleboro, Vt., Public Works Department loads up plow trucks with road salt on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, before the start of the winter storm that is to hit the area Wednesday night and will go into Thursday. (Kristopher Radder/The Brattleboro Reformer via AP)

‘If not one thing, it’s another’: Storm rolls into Northeast

‘If not one thing, it’s another’: Storm rolls into Northeast

Crews from Brattleboro, Vt., Public Works Department loads up plow trucks with road salt on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, before the start of the winter storm that is to hit the area Wednesday night and will go into Thursday. (Kristopher Radder/The Brattleboro Reformer via AP)
Darlene and Theresa Tanner, of Alix, photographed the storm that struck Calgary on June 13. The storm produced tennis ball-sized hail that shredded vinyl siding and shattered windows. (Photo by Team Tanner)
Darlene and Theresa Tanner, of Alix, photographed the storm that struck Calgary on June 13. The storm produced tennis ball-sized hail that shredded vinyl siding and shattered windows. (Photo by Team Tanner)
Rain taking toll on farmers’ crops
Rain taking toll on farmers’ crops
The sky looked dangerous over Red Deer on Wednesday night. (Photo contributed by Brandi Johnson)

Severe weather risk remains

More thunderstorms are expected in the region Friday

The sky looked dangerous over Red Deer on Wednesday night. (Photo contributed by Brandi Johnson)
Lightning flashed in the sky over Red Deer on Wednesday night. (Photo contributed by Brandi Johnson)

Stormy skies Wednesday night over Red Deer

Weather makes for interesting photos

Lightning flashed in the sky over Red Deer on Wednesday night. (Photo contributed by Brandi Johnson)
Storm clouds over Gasoline Alley. (Contributed image by #teamtanner).

July’s storm season means tornado sightings in central Alberta

The deadly Pine Lake Tornado was 19 years ago this month

Storm clouds over Gasoline Alley. (Contributed image by #teamtanner).
Storm over a church near Ponoka. (Contributed photo by #teamtanner).
Storm over a church near Ponoka. (Contributed photo by #teamtanner).
Residents weather big storm in style

Residents weather big storm in style

Lots of hail and rain but no serious damage reported in city on Sunday

Residents weather big storm in style
Wind storm was a history maker

Wind storm was a history maker

City expects it will take three to four weeks to finish cleanup

Wind storm was a history maker