News Special weather statement in effect for Lloydminster and the Midwest region SHARE ON: Gerry Lampow, staff Monday, May. 17th, 2021 Environment Canada alerts. [Photo: Environment Canada] As at 3:36 pm, Monday May 17, Environment Canada has issued a Special weather statement for the Midwest region including the City of Lloydminster. Rain changing to wet snow will occur Tuesday night into Wednesday over central and northern Alberta. A large area of rain will develop Tuesday over central and northern Alberta. Starting Tuesday evening, cold air from the Northwest Territories will move southward, causing rain to switch over to snow. At this time, snowfall amounts remain uncertain as ground temperatures are quite warm. Potential impacts include poor travel conditions Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, and the potential for broken tree branches due to the accumulations of heavy wet snow. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. This statement is in effect for the following areas: Beaver Co. near Viking and Kinsella City of Lloydminster Alb. Co. of Minburn near Innisfree Lavoy and Ranfurly Co. of Minburn near Minburn and Mannville Co. of Two Hills near Myrnam and Derwent Co. of Two Hills near Two Hills and Brosseau Co. of Vermilion River near Dewberry and Clandonald Co. of Vermilion River near Islay and McNabb Sanctuary Co. of Vermilion River near Kitscoty and Marwayne Co. of Vermilion River near Paradise Valley Co. of Vermilion River near Tulliby Lake Co. of Vermilion River near Vermilion Flagstaff Co. near Alliance and Bellshill Lake Flagstaff Co. near Killam and Sedgewick Flagstaff Co. near Lougheed and Hardisty M.D. of Provost near Czar Metiskow and Cadogan M.D. of Provost near Hughenden Amisk and Kessler M.D. of Provost near Provost and Hayter M.D. of Wainwright near Chauvin Dillberry Lake and Roros M.D. of Wainwright near Edgerton and Koroluk Landslide M.D. of Wainwright near Irma M.D. of Wainwright near Wainwright More details can be found at Environment Canada.