Snow forecast for the Rogers Pass area on the Trans-Canada Highway
A snowfall warning has been issued for a section of the Trans-Canada Highway in the interior of British Columbia.
In its special weather statement, Environment Canada says a frontal system moving across the province is bringing late season snow to the Rogers Pass area.
The national weather agency says 10cm of snow is possible for Tuesday and motorists should be prepared for changing road conditions.
The snow is expected to ease with a few showers in the evening.
Areas covered by the special weather statement include the Shuswap regions as well as western and eastern Colombia.
Yoho Park/Kootenay Park is under a snowfall warning, where 6 inches are expected.
For the latest road conditions across the province, visit DriveBC.
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