The Kootenay Pass was hit with an overnight slush storm, all caught on a Drive BC webcam.
The footage, roughly 24 hours condensed into a 30-second clip, shows rain and slush hitting the pass.
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Drivers are being urged to commute cautiously along Highway 3 in both directions, due to slippery sections caused by the slush.
Environment Canada released a special weather statement Monday, with snow expected to hit highways across the province, including from Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass. That weather alert has since ended.
— ECCC Weather BC (@ECCCWeatherBC) September 19, 2017