Monday, December 2, 2019

Weather Warning issued for North Coast Inland areas

While the Prince Rupert area is in the midst of a rain and wind event for this Monday, those travelling inland will want to make note of the Weather Warning that has been issued by Environment Canada which is calling for periods of snow mixed with freezing rain, with accumulation of up to 15 centimetres, more likely north of Terrace, expected through the day before the system tapers to flurries.

Currently the Highway Cameras at Rainbow Summit and Kwinitsa show snow on the highway

Conditions earlier today at Rainbow Summit
Conditions earlier today at Kwinitsa along Highway 16

Highway cameras closer to Terrace are currently off line, however the Rosswood camera
located north of Terrace show that snow has recently fallen.

Conditions at Rosswood North of Terrace this morning

You can track the highway cameras that are operational from our archive page here.

To get updates on Road conditions to the east of Prince Rupert see the Drive BC website or follow the Drive BC NW twitter feed and MOTI Skeena Twitter feed.

For Prince Rupert the day will be mostly a windy one, with gusts of up to 70 km/h before the system dies down  to bring showers this evening and tomorrow.

For notes on past weather events see our archive page here.

To return to the most recent blog posting of the day, click here.

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