|The neighbours to the north are expecting some snow into Friday,|
time will tell if it reaches as far south as the North Coast
Friday morning might bring the first glimpse of winter conditions for the North Coast, as colder air arrives and winter weather from the north starts to creep our way, with Environment Canada noting that the Prince Rupert area could see a skiff of snow overnight.
You probably won't need to keep the shovel handy for long however with but 2 cm expected to arrive and the forecast into Friday afternoon and through the weekend offering up returns to rain, with winds of 70 km/h for Friday afternoon and evening.
Those travelling east bound on the day and into the weekend will want to take note that the Terrace area is expecting up to 10 cm by Friday morning and another 10cm by the evening,
Kitimat is expecting
10 cm in the morning another 15 in the evening, while Smithers has already seen some snow, with an additional 10 cm to arrive by tomorrow as well.
You can get the latest forecasts from Environment Canada here.
Travel conditions are available from Drive BC's website and twitter feed, you can check out the range of highway cameras along Highways 16 and 37 from our link page here.
More notes on past weather items can be reviewed here.