Good morning Revelstoke!

Between 10 and 15 mm of rain is expected today

It’s going to be a wet one out there.

Environment Canada is forecasting more rain today with 10 to 15 mm expected.

At higher elevations, it’s turning to snow and the snow level will rise from 700 metres to 1,000 metres this afternoon.

The high today is 6 C.

Tonight, Environment Canada is forecasting more rain with 10 mm expected to fall overnight.

On the highways this morning, there’s limited visibility on Highway 23 from Revelstoke to Shelter Bay and on Highway 1 from Revelstoke to the western boundary of Glacier National Park.

In case you missed it:

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign raises $1,756

Knights deal Grizzlies first loss at home

Fungi foragers have tough season in Columbias

In Photos: Revelstoke remembers

Coming up today:

The Pyjama Drive is back for another year and an update from the BC High School Cross-Country Championships.



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