Penticton and area can expect a mix of sun, clouds and snow for the rest of the week following Family Day.
According to Environment Canada, the area could see periods of snow beginning in the morning today through to the night for a total snowfall of between 2 and 4 cm.
Clean snow off vehicle, head & tail lights.
Approach ramps, overpasses, bridges, intersections with thought.
Maintain safe following distance. Average road speed will be slower than normal.
Posted speed limits are for ideal road conditions.
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— Drive BC (@DriveBC) February 18, 2019
Tuesday is also forecasted to have the highest winds, with winds blowing south at 20 km/h in the morning for a windchill of minus 12, down to minus 7 in the afternoon.
Wednesday is expected to be cloudy with a high of minus 1, Thursday sunny with a high of minus 1.
Friday is also expected to have a high of minus 1, but with more snow. There is a 60 per cent chance of flurries forecasted for the end of the shortened work week.
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