UPDATE: More snow on the way for Coquihalla Highway
Howard Alexander - News Editor
FILE PHOTO - Travelling behind a snow plow on the Coquihalla Highway on Nov 2, 2013.
Image Credit: Contributed/B.C. Ministry of Transportation/Jess M. Cote
January 20, 2018 - 9:12 AM
After a dump of snow on the Coquihalla Highway overnight, the heavy snowfall is expected to resume tonight.
Drivers heading to and from the Lower Mainland will get a break today, Jan. 20, with a few flurries expected, but another strong front will bring more heavy snow overnight and tomorrow.
Environment Canada has updated the snowfall warning for the Coquihalla Highway between Merritt and Hope as 20 to 30 centimetres of snow is expected by tomorrow evening.
Forecasters advise travellers to adjust their driving to changing road conditions, pointing out rapid snow accumulation will make driving difficult. As well, visibility can be suddenly reduced during heavy snow.
For the very latest on the snowfall warning go to the Environment Canada website here.
The latest road conditions can be found at the Drive B.C. website.
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