Snow that had fallen overnight created difficult driving conditions for motorists in Calgary on Saturday morning.
According to police, 20 crashes were reported between 1 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Several collisions occurred at various locations on Stoney Trail.
Police said bridge decks at the intersection of Stoney Trail by Deerfoot Trail N.E. were icy and first responders urged anyone who is planning to drive over the weekend to exercise caution.
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No crash-related injuries had been reported as of 11 a.m.
Calgary was under a special weather advisory on Saturday morning because of the winter-like conditions.
On its website on Saturday, Environment Canada advised that “the first significant snowfall of the season will continue today and persist through Monday for the Foothills and much of southern Alberta.”
On Saturday afternoon, Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for Calgary and said there would be heavy snow moving into the city on Sunday. For the latest information on weather alerts in Calgary and across Alberta, click here.
Watch below: (From Sept. 27, 2019) A blast of September snow is in the forecast for southern Alberta as a moisture-packed Colorado low mixes with cold Arctic air. Global News meteorologist Tiffany Lizée explains.