Brace yourselves West Central, as an Alberta Clipper is set to rip through the region late Sunday into Monday. WestCentralOnline caught up with Environment Canada meteorologist Kyle McAulay about the brief weather system.  

“It is an Alberta Clipper coming into the region starting to really bring this effect and some snow late Sunday afternoon into the evening. And it's only going to be affecting mainly the central part of the province.” 

The system will also be bringing some snow as well. 

“It's going to be bringing snow, especially on because most of the precipitation is happening on the north side of this low-pressure system where it's going to be a little bit cooler. So, it's going to be bringing some snow to parts of the province. Kindersley will be slightly affected by it, but most of the snow will be to its north,” McAulay added. 

Because of this large system, road conditions will probably be affected on Monday. 

“As the system moves off and winds shift to the north, probably Monday morning. And it's going to be strong northerly winds. It looks like currently we're thinking like around 50 to 70 kilometres an hour and that's going to bring temperatures down as the cold front passes through for the next few days to more seasonal temperatures.” 

But there is a pot of gold at the end of rainbow, as it looks like temperatures will be back to above seasonal late next week. 

“After a day or so, the effects of the cold front kind of get washed out and we start climbing back up by this single digit to get high -2 by Thursday.” 

Additional warnings and advisories will be issued, as necessary, as the event approaches.

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