Parks & Environment

Stories from the Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village Archives

PINCHER CREEK’S CHANGEABLE WEATHER: DECEMBER 1926

PINCHER CREEK’S CHANGEABLE WEATHER: DECEMBER 1926

In southwestern Alberta, we are visually reminded of changeable weather patterns which constantly keep us on our toes. The pages of history tell us that December of 1926 brought some very significant weather changes early that winter.

PINCHER CREEK’S WINTER WEATHER AT ITS BEST

PINCHER CREEK’S WINTER WEATHER AT ITS BEST

The high accumulation of snow that can occur in autumn and winter along with the prevailing westerly winds vividly remind us of those changeable winter weather patterns of the past.