Dec. 11: Some slippery road conditions and -4 C for the morning

Weather and roads for the South Cariboo

Highway 97 as seen near Mt. Begbie Summit. Max Winkelman photo.

The weather is expected to be mainly cloudy today with temperature ranging from -2 C to -5 C later in the evening, according to Environment Canada, with a 0 per cent chance of precipitation.

It will feel like -9 with the wind chill for most of the day, dropping to -11 a few hours before midnight. Winds are expected to be easterly all day at 15 km/h switching to 20 km/h at 4 p.m., according to Environment Canada.

There are slippery sections and limited visibility with fog on Highway 24 from 13 km east of Bridge Lake to the Junction with Highway 5, according to Drive BC.

There are also slippery sections this morning on Highway 97 from 20 km north of Lac la Hache to Williams Lake this morning, according to Drive BC.

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