Environment Canada put the North Coast and Haida Gwaii up one notch on their Alert system on Saturday, upgrading the Weather Watch to a Weather Warning, with snowfall accumulations for both coastal areas of the region and Haida Gwaii to measure at 10-20 centimetres by the time the system has passed through.
As well as the Snow warnings, the Weather Office also outlined that freezing rain may accompany the system as very strong outflow winds make for colder temperatures.
North Coast Coastal
North Coast Inland
With those system and the winds comes the danger of Blowing Snow for those that travel on the highways, as the Storm approaches the region, check the Drive BC Website and twitter feed for further updates on the driving conditions of the region.
Any Service Disruptions to BC Ferries can be reviewed here.
Information regarding Flights at Prince Rupert Airport can be found here.
The weather system has given Environment Canada to issue Weather Warnings for a wide swath of British Columbia, with only the Northeast, West Coast of Vancouver Island and a section of the Central Coast avoiding weather warnings at this point.
You can find out the latest forecast for your area from the Environment Canada website