Wind gusts reached 117 km/h in parts of the NWT as an Arctic storm swept through, Environment Canada says. See how strong the wind was near you.
Wind and snow reached Yellowknife on Saturday evening with the city braced for possible Arctic storm gusts of 90 km/h or more overnight into Sunday.
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A Saturday snowfall warning is in effect for Fort Liard while Fort Smith is being warned to brace for "freezing drizzle" throughout the day.
Yellowknife will bring in contractors to join staff in racing to clear "unprecedented" snow. Meanwhile, temperatures could plunge to -40C early next week.
A snowfall warning issued for Wrigley on Thursday morning was expanded later in the afternoon to cover Fort Simpson and Jean Marie River.
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Yellowknife is awash in snow – far more so than this time last year, causing chaos for some pedestrians and drivers. We asked the city about its response.
Blizzard conditions with gusts of up to 80 km/h will strike Sachs Harbour and Ulukhaktok on Monday, Environment and Climate Change Canada says.
Hay River residents endured spells without power throughout Tuesday as high winds ripped through the South Slave community.
Thanksgiving brought wind and snow to the Sahtu with similar conditions forecast for Yellowknife on Tuesday. Ulukhaktok, meanwhile, could get a 25-cm snow dump.
The Sahtu can expect another unusually windy day on Thanksgiving Monday with heavy snow. In Yellowknife, expect snow on Monday night and throughout Tuesday.