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Revelstoke may see snow on the ground Friday morning. (Drive BC Cams)

Drive BC is reporting that debris remains on Highway 1 from Craigellachie to Revelstoke.

Bridge maintenance is expected to wrap up at 4 p.m. today on Highway 1 12.4 km west of Revelstoke.

There’s a chance of showers all day, with the snow level rising to 1,000 metres later this morning. Revelstoke is expected to hit its high of 10 C at 2 p.m. There’s a chance of flurries from 11 p.m. into Friday morning with a low of 1 C overnight, we may see snow in the valley tomorrow.

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Coming up today:

A column from MP Wayne Stetski and Grizzlies hockey coverage.


 

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