Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the Coquihalla Highway that will impact the area throughout Friday morning.
The special weather statement in effect for:
- Coquihalla Highway – Hope to Merritt
- Highway 3 – Hope to Princeton via Allison Pass
“A cold upper trough moving through British Columbia will give some late season flurries to the mountain passes and northern British Columbia overnight and Friday morning” reads the statement.
Flurries are expected in areas above 1300-1500m elevation. However, flurries could briefly descend to lower elevation areas as well.
Most southern highway passes are forecast to receive about 2 to 5 cm of wet snow overnight through Friday morning. As for the Okanagan Connector, up to 10 cm of snow can fall.
Looking at Friday, the flurries will change to precipitation as the day moves along.
Motorists and those venturing outdoors are reminded to drive carefully.
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