Several days after a snowfall warning, Environment Canada forecasts more snow for Quesnel.
On Monday, Nov. 7, DriveBC warned drivers of slippery sections as overnight temperatures are expected to remain below double digits.
In a news release, B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure said motorists should ensure their vehicle is equipped with winter tires.
“Crashes can be prevented when motorists are prepared and drive according to conditions.”
South of Quesnel, a snowfall warning is in effect for 100 Mile House, with Environment Canada predicting up to 10 to 15 centimetres through Monday.
Driving conditions were very poor with blowing snow north and south of Quesnel on Highway 97 Sunday evening.
Due to blowing snow and limited visibility, a travel advisory is also in effect approximately 25 kilometres south of 150 Mile House to Williams Lake.
School District 28 reported all buses running.
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