September 11 saw snowfall as a cold front tracked across the south Peace yesterday evening.
Snow fall with total amounts of about 10 cm was expected.
A cold front will track across the BC South Peace region this evening bringing unseasonably cold temperatures.
“Rain will quickly change over to snow this evening as the front passes,” accurately predicted the Weather Network Tuesday.
Snowfall accumulations of 10 centimetres were expected tonight across the BC South Peace, also along Highway 97 between Pine Pass and Chetwynd. The snow could make travel difficult over some locations. Environment Canada predicts an end to the snow ending this morning, a cloudy Wednesday with 60 percent chance of flurries. By Thursday, a low of minus 6 is expected.
Night Cloudy periods with 40 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 4.