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Avalanche control in Rogers Pass

DriveBC says to expect one to two hour closures in Glacier National Park between 1 and 6 p.m.

The Armed Forces will be conducting avalanche control in Rogers Pass this afternoon.

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DriveBC is cautioning motorists to expect one to two hour closers from the east boundary to the west boundary of Glacier National Park between 1 and 6 p.m.

They are also urging drivers to watch for fallen rock from Craigellachie to Revelstoke, and Revelstoke to the east boundary of Glacier National Park.

The high in Revelstoke today is +21.

Environment Canada is forecasting a UV index of 6.

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