Slippery highways around Revelstoke

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Watch for slippery sections on the Trans-Canada Highway from Revelstoke to Craigellachie this morning. (Drive BC Cams)

Drive BC is reporting slippery sections on the Trans-Canada Highway from Revelstoke to Craigellachie this morning.

There is also compact snow with slippery sections along Highway 23 from Revelstoke to Shelter Bay.

The snow in our forecast has changed to rain with some higher daily temperatures for the rest of this week.

There is a chance of snow this evening and into Thursday.

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