Weather conditions across the province including the Cariboo have taken a complete turnaround with temperatures now below the seasonal norm.
Meteorologist Lisa Coldwells with Environment Canada says the weather pattern is what experts call the cold low.
“What it is a low pressure area moves in from the gulf of Alaska-that’s where it gets the cold from and since it’s a low pressure area it brings in a lot of clouds and unstable air so that means showers and thunderstorms that develop over the region.”
Coldwells says the system is very slow moving and tends to stick around four to five days.
There are unconfirmed reports of some areas including the Chilcotin having received snow today.