Be prepared to battle the elements during your commute on Thursday.
Environment Canada has issued a heavy snowfall warning for much of B.C.'s southern interior including the Okanagan Valley and the South Thompson.
Total amounts of 15 to 20 cm is expected for the area due to a "perfect storm" type situation where an arctic front sliding southward across the B.C. Interior will meet an approaching pacific storm also moving across the B.C. southern interior on Thursday.
Travellers are advised to exercise caution, be prepared for potential delays, and consider alternate routes.
Here is a look highway webcams as of 4:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Click hyperlinks for up to date weather information.
Pennask Summit - Click here for update.
Walloper - Click here for update.
Comstock - Click here for update.
Please be safe out there!
Contact 250-469-9626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any news, tips or photos.
The snow may be pretty to look at, but it can create not so pretty road conditions.— Delta Police (@deltapolice) December 27, 2017
Tips for driving in the snow: ❄️
• Slow down,
• Leave extra space between vehicles to stop,
• Give yourself extra time to get to your destination.
Please drive for the road conditions. pic.twitter.com/lPsbWX12wf