Snowfall warning issued for Hwy. 1

Between 15 and 20 cm expected

Let it snow. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning this morning for the Trans-Canada Highway from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass.

Between 15 and 25 cm of snow is expected.

Environment Canada says that a Pacific front is moving across the B.C. interior bringing snow with it today and tonight.

Drive BC is reporting winter driving conditions on the highways. There’s compact snow with slippery sections on Highway 1 between the west boundary of Glacier National Park and Craigellachie and compact snow with slushy sections on Highway 23.

Up to date weather and road conditions can be found at drivebc.ca at weather.gc.ca.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort is reporting six centimetres of new snow in the last 24 hours.


 

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