Dec 13: Compact snow, slippery roads across the South Cariboo

The roads and weather for the South Cariboo

There is compact snow with slippery sections all along Highway 24 from the junction with Highway 97 to 13 km east of Bridge Lake, as well as slippery sections from there to the Junction with Highway 5, according to Drive BC.

There are slippery sections with compact snow, fog and limited visibility from 93 Mile to Clinton and beyond. There are are also some fog patches between 93 Mile and 100 Mile House with more compact snow and slippery sections, according to drive BC.

Slippery sections continue all the way from 100 Mile to Williams Lake, with compact snow between 100 Mile and 20 km north of Lac la Hache.

The chance of more snow is 0 per cent, according to Environment Canada with temperatures going from -4 C to 0 C by 2 p.m. with sunny skies most of the day. Winds are currently 5 km/h and variable, changing to easterly and 10 km/h by 10 a.m. Winds will return to variable in the evening.

It’s -6 C with the windchill this morning which will fluctuate around that temperature until rising a few degrees later in the day, according to Environment Canada.

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