Travellers heading to the province’s interior this Thanksgiving weekend are being reminded to drive slowly and prepare for winter weather conditions.
According to a special weather statement from Environment Canada, the Coquihalla Highway from Hope to Kamloops, the Okanagan Connector from Merritt to Kelowna, and the Trans Canada Highway from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass could see up to 15 cm of snow on Sunday.
Precipitation will start as rain initially on Saturday afternoon, before turning to snow going into Sunday morning.
“If you want to travel this weekend, there’s a possibility of snow in the high terrain … so check Drive B.C.,” said Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Doug Lundquist.
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