Snow to hit B.C. mountain passes

Nature isn’t the slightest bit interested in letting summer roll into British Columbia this week.

Snow fell at ski resorts Sunday night and more is expected on high elevation highways.

Motorists should be cautious. The legal requirement for snow tires has long since passed, but roads may be icy at higher elevations.

Snow is possible this morning for elevations above 1,300 metres.

“Freezing levels will rise this afternoon, and the chance of snow or wet snow will ease through the day.”

Road conditions are available at

See also:

Snow in June in Okanagan mountains, more expected

More snow could be on the way at higher elevations overnight on Sunday and into Monday morning
near the summits of the Okanagan Connector, Paulson Summit and Kootenay Pass.

A few centimetres of snow are possible Sunday morning, and again overnight and Monday.

Thanks to Gordon Pratt for these links

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