Environment Canada is warning motorists that up to 15 centimetres of snow could fall on two major highways in the B.C. Interior.
“A Pacific frontal system will sweep over the B.C. Interior on Friday,” Environment Canada said in a press release.
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“Heavy snow from the system will start over Trans-Canada Highway, Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass, in the morning and spread to Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass, in the afternoon. The snow will taper off to a few flurries early in the evening as the front moves southward away from the region.”