Cover your plants: Frost advisory issued for many parts of Alberta

Environment Canada advisory applies to much of northern and central parts of province

It may still technically be summer but Environment Canada has issued a frost advisory for much of the province.

While it’s technically still summer, a frost advisory has been issued for much of the central and northern parts of the province.

Environment Canada is advising people in affected areas to cover their plants tonight as a ridge of high pressure is moving into the province that could bring patchy frost early Tuesday morning.

The advisory applies to most regions north of Calgary, with the exception of a few areas to the northwest of the city and Fort Chipewyan – Wood Buffalo National Park in the top northeast corner of the province.

People living in affected areas are advised to cover their plants tonight as frost could be heading this way early Tuesday morning. (Environment Canada)

Frost advisories are in effect for:

Airdrie – Cochrane – Olds – Sundre.
Bonnyville – St. Paul – Cold Lake – Lac La Biche.
City of Edmonton – St. Albert – Sherwood Park.
Drayton Valley – Devon – Rimbey – Pigeon Lake.
Drumheller – Three Hills.
Fort McMurray – Fort MacKay.
Fort Saskatchewan – Vegreville – Redwater – Smoky Lake.
Grande Prairie – Beaverlodge – Valleyview.
Hanna – Coronation – Oyen.
High Level – Rainbow Lake – Fort Vermilion – Mackenzie Hwy.
Leduc – Camrose – Wetaskiwin – Tofield.
Lloydminster – Wainwright – Vermilion – Provost.
Peace River – Fairview – High Prairie – Manning.
Red Deer – Ponoka – Innisfail – Stettler.
Rocky Mountain House – Caroline.
Slave Lake.
Spruce Grove – Morinville – Mayerthorpe – Evansburg.
Wabasca – Peerless Lake – Gift Lake – Cadotte Lake.
Westlock – Barrhead – Athabasca.
Whitecourt – Edson – Fox Creek – Swan Hills.

Full weather information can be found on the Environment Canada website.

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