Should you plan on travelling to or from B.C.’s Southern Inside this Thanksgiving weekend, be ready for snow.
On Friday, Setting Canada issued a particular climate assertion calling for snow on most southern freeway passes.
“Precipitation from the system will begin as rain on Saturday afternoon, after which as snow ranges drop, it should change to snow on Saturday night time or Sunday morning,” the nationwide climate company mentioned in its assertion at 12:39 p.m.
“The snow is predicted to proceed by way of Sunday night. Complete snow accumulations of 10 to fifteen cm will be anticipated, with the very best quantities over greater elevations.”
The freeway passes embrace:
- Coquihalla, from Hope to Kamloops
- Freeway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Move
- Okanagan Connector, from Merritt to Kelowna
- Trans-Canada Freeway, from Eagle Move to Rogers Move
The Coquihalla has a peak elevation of 1,230 metres, whereas the Okanagan Connector tops out at 1,717 metres.
On Freeway 3, Paulson Summit is 1,446 metres, whereas Kootenay go is 1,781 metres.
On the Trans-Canada Freeway, Eagle Move is 550 metres whereas Rogers Move is 1,330 metres.
On Oct. 1, provincial guidelines got here into impact that snow tires or winter chains are mandatory on most routes in B.C., till March 31, although some routes are prolonged till April 30.
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