Starting off last week of February with a few milder temperatures close to zero. Will hopefully turn some of the thin or patchier-ice bits along the main MUPs into pure pavement. Not quite warm enough to create runoff, but will reduce snowpack. Could however turn some of the further reaching MUPS (ie Nosecreek) into speed-skate-sketchy zones. What about some of those neighborhood zones, or even for those bombing down 53rd/Home Road? Some complaints the last coupla weeks. How's your commute route?
What else... lights. Between the warmth and later natural light am seeing the full gamut of zero lights to eye searing power. OR... I am also seeing a lot of faded lights... ie time for battery replacements. Sure they look ok when turned on, but within a few mins that voltage is so low they're firing at 50% or less of full power.
Just read on the news that typically Calgary gets just as much snow March-April as we do Oct-Jan. Leave those studs on, get used to snirt mush ice rocks and salts... all that lovely drive-train eating stuff.
March 11th - Daylight savings.