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Snow falls in southern Alberta
September is too early for snow...but not in Alberta
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Winter isn't expected in Toronto for at least a few more months, but one part of Canada has already been graced with snow.

Southern portions of Alberta - about 400 km south of Calgary - received a dusting of snow Wednesday morning.

Frost warnings are also in affect for a large area surrounding, but not including Calgary.

The weather is expected to make a huge turnaround over the next few days, with a high of 24 degrees forecast for Sunday.

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Winter isn't expected in Toronto for at least a few more months, but one part of Canada has already been graced with snow.

Southern portions of Alberta - about 400 km south of Calgary - received a dusting of snow Wednesday morning.

Frost warnings are also in affect for a large area surrounding, but not including Calgary.

The weather is expected to make a huge turnaround over the next few days, with a high of 24 degrees forecast for Sunday.

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