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City crews have their work cut out for them. Saturday's return of winter featured one of the biggest one-day snowfalls in nearly a decade.
As of Saturday night Meteorologist Josh Classen put the snowfall total at 16 centimetres, adding that the light snow overnight would add to that total.
If two more centimetres fell, we may have a new record on our hands... and on our shovels.
The heaviest one-day snowfall in Edmonton happened on May 5th, 2003 when 17.6 centimetres fell.
City crews have worked throughout the night to clear major routes, hills, and bridges. It's expected a residential parking ban will be in effect as of Monday morning.
Director of Roadway Maitenance, Bob Dunford, will be meeting with the media Sunday morning for an update. (blb)