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Environment Canada issues snowfall warning for Pine Pass

10 centimetres expected along Highway 97 between Pine Pass and Chetwynd
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It could begin snowing in Prince George as early as Thursday night (via Pixabay).

Environment Canada has issued a snowfall advisory for the Pine Pass, warning driving conditions could deteriorate quickly today. 

A cold front is expected to drop southward out of the Northwest Territories which will bring colder than seasonal temperatures to northeastern B.C. 

Rain is expected to start this afternoon in the B.C. South Peace as the front approaches but will quickly transition to snow as the front passes. 

Snowfall accumulations of approximately 10 centimetres are forecast across the B.C. South Peace and along Highway 97 between the Pine Pass and Chetwynd. 

Updates on road conditions are available at www.drivebc.ca.




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