The Weather Camera Program Office is happy to recieve positive feedback and constructive comments about the new web site from our users. The Weather Cams web site can be reached from the following link: Link will open in a new window. Your input is important to improve the service and make sure that the Weather Camera Program is meeting life expectations of our users. We appreciate feedback that helps the program improve.
This mcmurrray may be disabled in your browser. If you opt to use this feature, your approximate location may be saved in server logs. The Weather Cams web site includes an option to center the map on your approximate location through geolocation.
Besides Alberta's cities, the province's landscapes are a major tourist attraction: numerous rivers and lakes, such as Lake Louise, amidst the mountains, the boreal forests in the north and prairies in the southern part.
Please take the time to explore the new web site and send us your comments through the feedback link available at the top of the Weather Cams web site. Notice: The Weather Cams web site is under development. Located at the junction of the Bow and Elbow rivers, Calgary is Alberta's largest city, offering many tourist attractions, especially downtown, where the leisure areas of Prince's Island Park or Central Memorial Park are combined with the cityscape, where tall buildings, such as Calgary Tower, ofrt out.