Regions to the south and west of Calgary, including K-Country, Canmore, Okotoks and the Crowsnest Pass area, were placed under snowfall warnings Sunday morning with some areas expecting up to 40 centimetres of snow.
High River, Claresholm, Pincher Creek and Waterton Lakes National Park are included in the warning.
Along the southern end of the eastern slopes of the Rockies, between 20-40 cm of snow is expected to fall by Sunday evening with Environment and Climate Change Canada saying the highest amounts of precipitation are anticipated in the higher elevation areas. They warned visibility on roadways will be impacted due to heavy snow at times.
The city of Calgary could see up to five cm of snow throughout the day Sunday with a 30 per cent chance of flurries in the evening and an overnight low of -4 C.