Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A balmy, rainy day on the coast. Inland, well shovels might be helpful

While Rupertites no doubt will welcome the Pacific front making its way ashore today and continuing on through the next week or so, a little further east our warm climate and anticipated rainfall provides for a forecast of anticipated shovelling.

Environment Canada has issued a Weather Warning for Inland sections of the North Coast.

And while Terrace and Kitimat residents will get off rather likely from this latest blast of winter, folks in Stewart will find it brings a familiar pattern of precipitation in the way of a rather large snowfall. With an expected 30 cm of snow to arrive before the weather system moves out of the region.

The full forecast for Prince Rupert and Terrace can be found below, changing weather makes for changing driving conditions and the latest road conditions, as always can be found on the Drive BC website.

Upate: A freezing rain warning was issued for the Terrace/Kitimat region at Noon hour, with the risk of freezing rain remaining in that region until later in the afternoon.

Terrace Standard-- Northwest BC travel advisory issued

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