It’s not even fall yet but for the second time in three days, there’s a chance of snow on the Okanagan Connector.
On Wednesday morning, Environment Canada issued a special weather statement as there is a chance of light snow at the Pennask Summit.
“A low-pressure system is bringing precipitation to the southern interior this morning,” says Environment Canada. “Freezing levels are near 1700 metres, so Pennask Summit on Highway 97C could see periods of light snow.”
On top of light snow, there is a chance of icy and slippery conditions and low visibility because of fog.