Environment Canada issued a warning that up to 25 centimetres of snow could fall on the Coquihalla Highway Sunday and Monday.
A series of disturbances will bring periods of heavy snow to Coquihalla Highway from Hope to Merritt from Sunday evening to Monday night. Snow will taper off early Tuesday morning when a ridge of high pressure moves in, said Environment Canada.
Total snowfall accumulations could be 20 to 25 cm.
As of 10 a.m., on Sunday, some snow is falling on the Connector.
Environment Canada Weather Alerts for Sun, Feb 12th, 2023, through Monday.#BCHwy5 20-25cm snow❄️#BCHwy37 15-25cm snow❄️#BCHwy97 10-20cm snow❄️
Locations & more details: https://t.co/9ChPYmC4BK
(5:15 AM PST)#BCRoads #BCStorm #KnowBeforeYouGo✅Check https://t.co/MNovn5LekK pic.twitter.com/oErKurbhTe
— DriveBC (@DriveBC) February 12, 2023
On Feb. 10, the Coquihalla got a blast of snow, causing a couple semis to spin out, icy conditions and at least one crash.
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