Wednesday Morning Update: If you live in the Peace Region, take it easy this morning as heavy snow has accumulated on highways and city streets. A few messages have come in to us stating it is slow going on the Alaska Highway in Taylor at the South Taylor Hill. For additional city information on closures please check out your local media news for your community.
Below is a photo of the South Taylor Hill at Big Bam Road.. An additional 5 cm of snow today.
Motorists be prepared for Winter Driving conditions in the Pine Pass, on the Alaska Highway and rural roads in between later tonight and into Wednesday morning. Snow is already falling in the Peace Region.
Environment Canada has issued a Snowfall Warning for the Pine Pass and northeast BC for tonight and into Wednesday. This is an update to the Snowfall Warning posted earlier this morning..
The Pine Pass could receive 10 to 20 cm of snow as a weather system moves into the area. Originally, the Warning was for the North Peace and Fort Nelson regions but now also includes Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and the Pass. Heavy snow is expected in rural areas up to 20 cm by Wednesday. Accumulations between 10 to 20 cm within nearby communities.
Keep updated using DriveBC.ca
One final note! All this snow will melt by the time the weekend ends. Plus 15 for the Peace Region.
- No watches or warnings in effect, Fort St. John January 18, 2022
- Current Conditions: Mostly Cloudy, 5.6°C January 23, 2022
- Saturday night: Mainly cloudy. Temperature steady near plus 3. January 22, 2022
- Sunday: A mix of sun and cloud. High 6. January 22, 2022
- Sunday night: Chance of wet flurries. Low minus 5. POP 30% January 22, 2022
- Monday: Sunny. High zero. January 22, 2022
- Monday night: Cloudy periods. Low zero. January 22, 2022
- Tuesday: Sunny. High plus 4. January 22, 2022
- Tuesday night: Clear. Low minus 4. January 22, 2022
- Wednesday: Sunny. High zero. January 22, 2022