Looks like those dreaming for a white Christmas may be getting one in Whistler.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Sea to Sky Highway, from Squamish to Whistler.
The warning came into effect on Saturday night, and remains as of Sunday morning.
Environment Canada states that snowfall with total amounts of 15 to 20 cm is expected, with 17 cm of snow accumulated last night on the Sea to Sky – Squamish to Whistler highway.
Snow is expected to change to rain this morning.
The warning advises motorists to be prepared and adjust driving with changing road conditions.
“Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions,” states the warning.
Snowfall warning issued for #SeatoSky corridor with amounts of about 15 cm expected ❄️ Slow down, drive for the conditions, make sure you have proper tires & approach plows and maintenance vehicles w/ caution #BCHwy99 #ShiftIntoWinter pic.twitter.com/nzCOWMmsnf
— Sea to Sky Highway (@SeatoSkyHighway) December 23, 2018
Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 0°C in Whistler on Sunday, with snow accumulating up to 5 cm.
As for Squamish, it’s showing a high of 3°C and rain.
So it will be messy out there, be safe.
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