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Calgary is forecast to get a blast of 20 centimetres of snow by Thursday evening, one week after basking under sunny 20 C skies. Rain was already turning to wet snow Wednesday in some parts of Calgary, which is under a winter storm warning from Environment Canada.
The agency warned of "dangerous winter weather conditions" for Calgary and surrounding areas, including Airdrie, Sundre, Okotoks, Olds and Strathmore. More than a dozen flights have been cancelled at the Calgary International Airport.
The RCMP said Highway 533, west of Nanton from Highway 2 to 22, is not recommended for travel because of heavy snow and poor road conditions. An intense weather system is also bringing winds gusting up to 70 km/h.
Many people are taking the third major snowstorm in the Calgary area this month in stride.