本人需要阿尔伯塔（Alberta）的英文版天气资料，要点：包含温度，夏天/冬天有多少雪，强风，夏天的图片，还有个特别的风Chinook wind。Please writing in English,thank you very much！ （简单明了）
艾伯塔省有一个温暖的夏天和冬天寒冷干燥的大陆性气候。全省开放北极寒冷的天气系统从北面，往往产生在冬季严寒条件。空气之间的转移群众的阵地在阿尔伯塔省北部和南部，气温变化很快。在冬季北极气团产生极端从-54℃（-65 ° F）在艾伯塔省北部至-46 ° ç（变最低气温-51 ° F）在艾伯塔省南部。在夏季，大陆气团产生最高气温从32℃（90 ° F）在山上到40 ° C（104 ° F）在艾伯塔省南部。 由于阿尔伯塔省超过1200公里（750英里），从北向南延伸，它的气候差异很大。 1月平均气温在-8℃（18 ° F）在南部的-24 ° ç（-11 ° F）在北部，并在7月24℃（75℉）至16日在南℃（61 ° F）在北方。气候也受到了在场的落基山脉的西南部，扰乱了当时的西风流动和导致他们放弃其对山脉才到达该省西部斜坡大部分水分，铸造一下雨阿尔伯塔阴影了。其北的位置，从太平洋上的天气系统造成的隔离艾伯塔省有一个由海洋气候干燥温和一点。年降雨量范围从300毫米（12），东南至450毫米（18）在北方除了在落基山脉的地方降雨量达到600毫米（24）每年的丘陵地带。在夏天，白天的平均温度在大约21 ° C间（70 ° F）在落基山脉北部的山谷，远远近30℃（在东南部的干旱草原第86℉）。该省的经验较多的雨水和更低的蒸发引起的夏季气温凉爽率的北部和西部地区。南部和东部和中部部分是容易发生干旱般的条件，有时持续数年，但即使在这些方面能够得到强降水。阿尔伯塔省是一个阳光灿烂。明亮的阳光年度总计1900年至2500范围内每年小时。北阿尔伯塔接收夏季白天约18小时。夏天天作出长期在艾伯塔省在今年夏季阳光最充足的季节。 在阿尔伯塔省西南部，是寒冷的冬天经常中断温暖，干燥的奇努克风从山上，它可以推动远高于在很短的时间从严寒条件下的凝固点温度向上吹。在平彻克里克期间录得一落山风，气温飙升从-18.9 ° C间（-2.0 ° F）到3.3℃（38 ° F在一小时）。莱斯布里奇周围拥有最架契努克直升机，平均30至35区每年奇努克天，而有一个白色圣诞卡尔加里只有59由于这些风的结果％的时间。 北阿尔伯塔主要是涵盖寒带森林，并减少无霜期天，比艾伯塔省南部由于其亚北极气候。在艾伯塔省南部农区有一个半干旱草原气候，因为每年的降水量比蒸发的水，是由植物或使用较少。在艾伯塔省东南角，在帕利泽三角的一部分，更大的夏季高温和经验低于全省其他地区降雨，并因此遭受频繁的作物产量的问题和偶尔出现严重干旱。西部艾伯塔省受山区和享有的冬天落山风吹袭下所带来的气候温和。阿尔伯塔省中部和西北部地区的和平在很大程度上是白杨河地区的绿地草原生物群落之间的过渡，到南方和北方森林的北方。经过安大略省南部，中部艾伯塔省是加拿大最有可能的地区的经验龙卷风。雷暴，其中一些严重的，是在夏季频繁，特别是在中部和南部阿尔伯塔省。该地区周围的卡尔加里，埃德蒙顿走廊值得注意的是因在加拿大，它是由从附近的洛矶山脉地形升降造成冰雹出现频率最高，上升气流增强/下沉气流循环冰雹形成的必要。
Alberta has a dry continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The province is open to cold arctic weather systems from the north, which often produce extremely cold conditions in winter. As the fronts between the air masses shift north and south across Alberta, temperature can change rapidly. Arctic air masses in the winter produce extreme minimum temperatures varying from −54 °C (−65 °F) in northern Alberta to −46 °C (−51 °F) in southern Alberta. In the summer, continental air masses produce maximum temperatures from 32 °C (90 °F) in the mountains to 40 °C (104 °F) in southern Alberta.
Because Alberta extends for over 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) from north to south, its climate varies considerably. Average temperatures in January range from −8 °C (18 °F) in the south to −24 °C (−11 °F) in the north, and in July from 24 °C (75 °F) in the south to 16 °C (61 °F) in the north. The climate is also influenced by the presence of the Rocky Mountains to the southwest, which disrupt the flow of the prevailing westerly winds and cause them to drop most of their moisture on the western slopes of the mountain ranges before reaching the province, casting a rain shadow over much of Alberta. The northerly location and isolation from the weather systems of the Pacific Ocean cause Alberta to have a dry climate with little moderation from the ocean. Annual precipitation ranges from 300 millimetres (12 in) in the southeast to 450 millimetres (18 in) in the north, except in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where rainfall can reach 600 millimetres (24 in) annually. In the summer, the average daytime temperatures range from around 21 °C (70 °F) in the Rocky Mountain valleys and far north to near 30 °C (86 °F) in the dry prairie of the southeast. The northern and western parts of the province experience higher rainfall and lower evaporation rates caused by cooler summer temperatures. The south and east-central portions are prone to drought-like conditions sometimes persisting for several years, although even these areas can receive heavy precipitation. Alberta is a sunny province. Annual bright sunshine totals range between 1900 and 2500 hours per year. Northern Alberta receives about 18 hours of daylight in the summer. The long summer days make summer the sunniest season of the year in Alberta.
In southwestern Alberta, the winter cold is frequently interrupted by warm, dry chinook winds blowing from the mountains, which can propel temperatures upward from frigid conditions to well above the freezing point in a very short period. During one chinook recorded at Pincher Creek, temperatures soared from −18.9 °C (−2.0 °F) to 3.3 °C (38 °F) in one hour. The region around Lethbridge has the most chinooks, averaging 30 to 35 chinook days per year, while Calgary has a white Christmas only 59% of the time as a result of these winds.
Northern Alberta is mostly covered by boreal forest and has fewer frost-free days than southern Alberta due to its subarctic climate. The agricultural area of southern Alberta has a semi-arid steppe climate because the annual precipitation is less than the water that evaporates or is used by plants. The southeastern corner of Alberta, part of the Palliser Triangle, experiences greater summer heat and lower rainfall than the rest of the province, and as a result suffers frequent crop yield problems and occasional severe droughts. Western Alberta is protected by the mountains and enjoys the mild temperatures brought by winter chinook winds. Central and parts of northwestern Alberta in the Peace River region are largely aspen parkland, a biome transitional between prairie to the south and boreal forest to the north. After southern Ontario, Central Alberta is the most likely region in Canada to experience tornadoes. Thunderstorms, some of them severe, are frequent in the summer, especially in central and southern Alberta. The region surrounding the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor is notable for having the highest frequency of hail in Canada, which is caused by orographic lifting from the nearby Rocky Mountains, enhancing the updraft/downdraft cycle necessary for the formation of hail.