Climate in Calgary
Climate is rather difficult topic for Calgary. It is generally not an easy topic for all the territory of Canada. It is cold in Calgary, and sometimes too cold. Snow can fall even in June and September (though rarely). Spring comes late and autumn ends early. All of these aspects are mitigated by two factors. First, it is very dry here, so it is easier to stand a frost. Some citizens have increasingly resorted to the use of moisturizing creams and home humidifiers.
Second, it is almost always sunny and the skies are clear. It is not too much snow in winter (less than, in Montreal). Urban services do not even concerned with cleaning it. Just wait for the next thaw that happen quite often, once or twice a month. Thaw is called Chinook (Indian word) . Chinook brings warmth, sunshine and spring drops after cold, blizzards and frost.