Environment Canada said a strong cold front is expected to move from the north to the south across the province starting late Friday morning.
Environment Canada has issued a wind warning for many parts of central and southern Alberta and Calgarys Emergency Management Agency is asking people to secure outside property as winds are expected to exceed 90km/h in some areas.
"Winds will begin to gust out of the northwest in excess of 90 km/h. Winds are expected to ease late this afternoon into the early evening hours," the agency said in a wind weather warning.
Winds warnings are issued when there is a significant risk of damaging winds. Environment Canada warned drivers should be prepared to adjust to changing weather conditions.
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Samantha Walker does her best to battle the strong winds in downtown Calgary on Tuesday Oct. 17, 2017. Darren Makowichuk / Postmedia
Calgary is currently under a wind warning, issued by Environment Canada, with gusts expected to reach a whopping 90 km/h.
A strong cold front is moving from the north to the south and the gusts are expected to begin late this morning.
The weather system will come out of the northwest and winds could exceed 90km/h in some parts of the province.
Environment Canada is calling for a 30-per-cent chance of rain, with potential for snow as the cold front rolls in. Saturday will see periods of light snow all day, with a high of only 1 C.
Environment Canada has issued a wind warning and says winds could exceed 90 km/h in some areas on Friday.
Monday’s forecast is sunny with a high of 12 C, and even warmer on Tuesday as it reaches 17 C. It doesn’t end there, with forecasted highs of 25 C and 22 C on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.