Temperatures also set to plunge well below zero.
A low pressure system will be responsible for plenty of snowfall in much of north-central Alberta, including areas in and around Parkland County.
This is prompting Environment Canada to issue a snowfall warning for the area including Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Wabamun, Onoway, Entwistle Falls, Carvel and Keephills.
The snow is set to begin later this afternoon and continue overnight, bringing about 10 to 15 centimetres. As of Monday morning, temperatures over the next week are also set to plummet far below zero, ranging from -17 to -21 over the course of the week.