Update 2: Freezing Rain Warning has ended.
Update 1: Several travel advisories are in effect. For the latest updates on road info throughout the night, click here.
Motorists in the BC Peace Region should take it easy on local highways as Freezing rain settles over the region. If you do not have to go out this afternoon or evening then don’t.
Although the temps are rising, windchill will be a factor and can cause slippery sections all over highways and city streets this evening as the road surface will be colder than the air.
Drive BC states that there is freezing rain falling on the Alaska Highway to north of Fort St. John, Hwy 97 from Dawson Creek to Chetwynd, Hwy 29, Hwy 2, Hwy 49, Hwy 103, and Hwy 52. Slippery sections are also reported by the motoring public.
Please slow down and travel below the speed limits if you must go out.
- No watches or warnings in effect, Fort St. John January 18, 2022
- Current Conditions: Mostly Cloudy, 5.4°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