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Sundre, Alberta, located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, has four distinct seasons. In the winter, temperatures typically range from -10 to -20 degrees Celsius, with occasional drops to -30 degrees Celsius. The area typically receives around 50 cm of snowfall, with snow occurring throughout the season.
In the spring, temperatures warm up to a range of -5 to 10 degrees Celsius, and the snow begins to melt. Rainfall is minimal, with around 10 cm per month.
In the summer, the temperature range is usually 5 to 25 degrees Celsius and the area receives 30 cm of rainfall. The area is quite dry and can often experience drought conditions.
In the fall, temperatures cool down to -5 to 15 degrees Celsius, and rainfall averages around 10 cm per month.
Overall, Sundre has mild weather year-round, with temperatures rarely reaching extreme highs or lows.
As of 2020, the city population is 2729.
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