#YYCSnowPups celebrate arrival of winter in southern Alberta
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Calgarians woke up to the first real blast of winter Sunday morning. While some residents weren't so pleased, it didn't stop their furry friends from enjoying the white stuff.
Much of southern Alberta remains under a snowfall warning from Environment Canada.
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A warning has not been issued for the City of Calgary, which is experiencing some snowfall.
Several centimetres had accumulated in Calgary by Sunday morning, with more expected throughout the day.
Areas such as Banff, Kananaskis Country, Crowsnest Pass, Airdrie and Cochrane are expected to see heavy snowfall throughout the day and into the night.
Meteorologists with the national weather agency say drivers across the province should exercise caution and be prepared to adjust their driving to changing conditions as visibility may be suddenly reduced.