Summer snow rude awakening for these Canadians.

As summer churns to an end with late August appearing on the horizon, it has started snowing in Canada.

No, it isn't the usual culprit of Nunavut, or anywhere else in our country's large swath of the Arctic, but rather Alberta, whose highest places are seeing some noticeable snow on the radar.

Flashes of blue on the archived radar map (shown below) are a rare and never too welcome sight in what's supposed to be a month known for heat and humidity.

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