A fog advisory has ended for the Central Okanagan, including Kelowna.

Environment Canada's lifted the fog advisory this morning, Jan. 11.

However DriveB.C. warns drivers of limited visibility due to fog on Highway 1 from Jackass Mountain Summit to Spences Bridge; on Highway 5 from Little Fort to Avola; Highway 6EW from Vernon to Coldstream; Highway 97 from Kelowna to Coldstream and between St. Annes Rd and Monte Creek; Highway 97A from Davidson Drive to the end of the highway; and Highway 97B from the start of the highway to Salmon Arm. 

Charles Andres commutes to Armstrong from Sicamous via Highway 97A, and he reports that there were slippery sections throughout the drive this morning .

Looking at weather, Kamloops is in for high of 2 Celsius and low of -1 C. Vernon and Kelowna will get a high of 1 C and low of -2 C. And in Penticton temperatures will start at 1 C and warm up to 4 C by 5 p.m.

At the ski hills, Big White Mountain Resort is reporting 28 centimetres of snow over the two days week and an alpine snow base of 155 m. There’s been 1 cm of snow at Sun Peaks Ski Resort and 7 cm over the 48 hours where there is an alpine base of 137 cm. The last significant snowfall at SilverStar Mountain Resort was 5 cm on Dec. 30, and the alpine snow base is 155 cm. And Apex Mountain Resort is reporting 3 cm of snow over the past 48 hours and 26 cm over the past week.

—Story updated at 10:04 a.m. Jan. 11, 2023, after Environment Canada’s fog alert came to an end.

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