Prince Albert

The manager of the Prince Albert Conservation Learning Centre told paNOW she felt bad for the geese who appear to be missing their friends.
The manager of the Prince Albert Conservation Learning Centre told paNOW she felt bad for the geese who appear to be missing their friends. submitted photo/ Robin Brown

Foul weather not for the birds

By Nigel Maxwell
April 17, 2018 - 4:54pm Updated: April 17, 2018 - 5:34pm

Bird watchers across Saskatchewan are noticing lonely pairs of geese seeking to nest on frozen lakes — another effect of a seemingly endless winter.
 

Environment Canada said areas west of P.A. will get up to 5 cm of snow, but the narrow system will largely avoid the city.
Environment Canada said areas west of P.A. will get up to 5 cm of snow, but the narrow system will largely avoid the city. File photo/paNOW Staff

P.A. to avoid snow dump: Environment Canada

By Glenn Hicks
April 17, 2018 - 12:02pm

It looks like Prince Albert and the immediate surrounding areas will dodge the worst of the snow heading our way from the U.S.

Initial forecasts called for up to 10 cm of snow for the city, but that now appears much less likely, according to Environment Canada's John Paul Cragg.

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