Threat of flurries, freezing rain in southern B.C. Inside this weekend

Components of B.C.’s southern Inside could also be in for a slightly frigid weekend as Setting Canada says there may very well be freezing rain and flurries.

A particular climate assertion says an incoming frontal system is ready to cross by way of the area Friday night time and Saturday. 


“Flurries are anticipated tonight and Saturday morning,” Setting Canada’s assertion says. 

“The nice and cozy air aloft mixed with close to or under zero temperatures on the floor will end in a threat of freezing rain. The flurries with the chance of freezing rain will change to rain showers Saturday afternoon as temperatures rise above zero.”

The climate alert is in place for the next areas:

  • 100 Mile
  • Boundary
  • Fraser Canyon
  • Fraser Valley
  • Nicola
  • North Thompson
  • Okanagan Valley
  • Shuswap
  • Similkameen
  • South Thompson

Setting Canada warns that highways, roads, walkways and parking heaps might all develop into icy and slippery and recommends taking additional care when strolling or driving. 

Metro Vancouver, nevertheless, is predicted to have a soggier weekend with intervals of rain on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Temperatures are anticipated to be warmest on Sunday, with highs of 10 C. 

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