Snow at Lake Louise posted by Instagram user @rowanskeencotton on Sept. 20, 2016
We're still a day-and-a-half away from the start of the fall season, but it sure doesn't look that way in Alberta's mountains and foothills.

According to the Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre of Environment Canada, wet snow started falling near Banff and Highway 93 early Tuesday morning.

As of 4:30 p.m., Environment Canada confirmed to Global News that areas in Banff received 32 centimetres of snow, while areas near Sundre received at least 30 centimetres.

Albertans have taken to social media with their updates on the wintry weather.

Tom Graham shared his snow photos early Tuesday morning in the Kananaskis Valley.
10-12cm half way up #MtBethAllen in #kananaskis valley #abstorm pic.twitter.com/CIdxeXk1px

— Tom Graham (@Washed_Up) September 20, 2016
The Lake Louise Ski Area posted this photo of snow accumulating on its property around 8:33 a.m., writing: "It begins."

© Lake Louise Ski Area/Facebook
The Lake Louise Ski Area posted this webcam screen shot of snow accumulating on their property on Tuesday morning.
Along the foothills, southwest of Sundre near Forestry Trunk Road, Twitter user Jordan Jackson started his snowfall tally at 11 centimetres at 9:45 a.m.
4.5 inches of Snow and counting SW of Sundre west of Forestry Trunk Road 9:44 am #abstorm pic.twitter.com/X3nWFO5wI0

— Jordan Jackson (@DuBeL_JaY) September 20, 2016
By 11:50 a.m., Jackson said that nearly 23 centimetres had fallen.
Update: 9 inches so far SW of Sundre in Foothills west of Forestry Trunk Road #abstorm 11:50 AM pic.twitter.com/WgYwrl3pSA

— Jordan Jackson (@DuBeL_JaY) September 20, 2016
As of 2:30 p.m., Jackson was measuring 33 centimetres of the white stuff.
Update #2: Almost 13" of snow in Foothills SW of Sundre. Elevation 1800 M 2:30 PM #abstorm pic.twitter.com/z3YeFWXjSh

— Jordan Jackson (@DuBeL_JaY) September 20, 2016