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Snow Not Done Yet With The Cariboo: Environment Canada

It was a rude awakening for Cariboo residents Monday morning as snow made a return.

Environment Canada Meteorologist, Lisa West says that winter is, unfortunately, going to linger for the next week or so.

“The whole province is experiencing this cold air mass. So particularly for the central Interior we’ve got the risk of flurries right through the forecast right through til this weekend.”

In terms of total precipitation, West says that they have seen about 18.1 millimeters fall so far at, not including today at the Williams Lake Airport.

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“What Williams Lake typically sees in the month of March if you take the last 30-year average is 17.9. We’re pretty much right around normal for this time of year, but obviously, we’ll be adding to this year’s total over the next week or so.”

A travel advisory was in effect from McLeese Lake to Stoner, with DriveBC reporting highways throughout the Cariboo early Monday with compact snow with slippery sections.

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