Tuesday, December 27, 2022

Travel Advisories come to an end, but freezing rain on compact snow still makes for challenges across Northwest


The Travel Advisories of the last 72 hours for the highways of Northwest have come to an end, however those taking to the Highways for the next few days should still proceed with caution as freezing rain east of Prince Rupert and on to Terrace builds on compact snow from the recent snowfalls of the Terrace region.

The full Drive BC review fro Prince Rupert to Smithers can be reviewed below:

Freezing rain is also reported on both the Nass Highway and 37 South to Kitimat

While the travel window seems open for now, the New Year's Weekend may bring more travel challenges with Show expected to start up again in the Terrace region as of Thursday

Follow Environment Canada here for updates through the week.

While the Drive BC Highway cameras are working at the Prince Rupert end of the highway, further inland some of the images including those in the Terrace region are currently unavailable 

Kasiks Highway camera is the last one working
before you reach Terrace

You can access the latest updates from Drive BC here.

More notes on past weather events can be explored here.

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