- Snow, icy rain, chilly temperatures are possible in numerous parts of the region through Jan. 1.
- The B.C. government is alerting individuals across the region to be equipped for power outages, winter storm climate and inferior road situations between now and New Year’s Day.
Snow, frosty rains and icy temperatures expected for BC:
The regional government is alerting British Columbians to be ready for excessively icy temperatures, power outages and slippery roads between now and the start of the following year.
According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, a string of powerful storms will fight with frigid Arctic air, probably getting periods of serious and bumbling snow, frozen rain and icy temperatures to multiple regions of B.C. till Jan. 1.
Winter storm, snowy rain and snowfall alerts published before Wednesday by the climate agency cover multiple regions of B.C.
The weather office states that increased elevation sections of multiple routes could also see substantial snowfall by Thursday.
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That has up to 60 centimetres of snow on the flood-impaired Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt, up to 55 centimetres on Highway 3 from Hope to Princeton and 15 to 25 centimetres on Highway 97 between Clinton and 100 Mile House.
The Sea to Sky Highway, between Squamish and Whistler, could obtain up to 25 centimetres by Wednesday evening.
The climate coming this week is the foremost of a batch of dangerous situations predicted to coat the region till New Year’s Day.
“We are once again meeting the possibility for the excessive climate in our province,” stated Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety, in a statement. “It is critical that we all watch the climate carefully and look out for those who are most weak.” Source – cbc.ca
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