Unusual snow and cold snap engulfs BC, Canada and unseasonal snow falls in Glacier National Park while the Howe Ridge fire keeps burning
Weather is going crazy again. Last weekend, a cold snap engulfed central Europe bringing in some places more than 40cm (17.5 inches) of snow overnight. But it seems Italy, Germany, Austria and Slovenia weren't the only countries freezing around the globe. The National Weather Service office in Missoula has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for elevations above 6,000 feet in Glacier National Park. Meanwhile, snowfalls were reported in BC and Alberta, while Ontario and Quebec brace for a new heat wave in Canada.