BC's Whistler Blackcomb got its first dusting of natural snow last week, and on Saturday and Sunday Alberta's Norquay, Lake Louise, and Sunshine Village were treated to another layer of fresh on their peaks. Sunshine was hit the heaviest, with 25 centimeters of new snow in the last 24 hours, bumping the existing base up to 31 centimeters at the peak. Lake Louise saw the second most coverage from the storm, holding on to 13 centimeters of white gold, bringing the peak base to 19 centimeters. Norquay caught just one centimeter of snow from the system.
On Friday, Environment Canada issued its first snowfall warning of the season for parts of southern Alberta. Here's to hoping the storms keep coming.