The snow has danced its way out of B.C.'s northern capital.
Environment Canada has officially lifted its snowfall warning for Prince George just after 4 p.m. today (March 11).
The alert has also been lifted for Highway 97 along the Pine Pass, but if you're heading towards the Alberta border, heavy snowfall is still expected for the Yellowhead highway.
However, that frontal system heading east is expected to dissipate later this evening.
Prince George's warning lasted for a little more than 24 hours.