Snow on the Okanagan Connector

Drive B.C. is showing snow at the Pennask Summit this morning, Sept. 15, 2015.
Image Credit: Drive B.C.

THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Drivers heading out on the highway should be prepared for a bit of snow at the higher elevations this morning.

Drive B.C. is showing snow at several of the higher Okanagan elevations and temperatures are currently sitting around 0 Celsius.

At the Coquihalla Summit it is currently raining and temperatures are sitting around 2 C while there is rain and temperatures around 6 C in Albert Canyon along Highway 1.

Environment Canada is calling for a chance of rain throughout the region later today, Sept. 15, starting in the late afternoon. Overnight lows of around 7 C are expected in the valleys and a chance of rain is expected to persist throughout the week.

Drive B.C. is also showing snow at Elkhart this morning, Sept. 15, 2015.
Drive B.C. is also showing snow at Elkhart this morning, Sept. 15, 2015.
Image Credit: Drive B.C.

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