There's snow in them hills

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
October 11th, 2016

Hold on now, because winter is coming.

Drivers using the Kootenay Pass Tuesday got a taste of winter driving as Monday’s storm dropped a few centimetres of snow onto Highway 3 when temperatures dipped below zero Celsius.

Environment Canada said sunny skies are forecasted for the West Kootenay/Boundary region for a few days before the next system is expected to takeover the province Thursday.

The long-range forecast is calling for rainy periods south, turning cold and snow at the upper elevations and on highway passes.

Rain and snow showers, are expected for next week with the weather turning cold for the remainder of the month of October.

Know before you go by checking out DriveBC.

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