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Heavy snow followed by heavy rain expected in Whistler today

Environment Canada issues special weather statement
weather web nov 25
It was slow going on Highway 99 this morning. Heavy, wet snowfall is expected to turn into rain sometime this afternoon, according to Environment Canada.

Stay safe out there—another storm system has arrived on the South Coast of B.C.

The Sea to Sky corridor can expect about five to 15 centimetres of heavy, wet snow this morning, followed by heavy rain (up to 20 millimetres) in the afternoon.

“This may impact the already vulnerable landscapes and infrastructure,” reads a special weather statement issued this morning by Environment Canada.

“There is some uncertainties on the forecast snowfall and rainfall amounts, and when the snow will change over to rain. Please continue to monitor local forecasts and alerts for the latest information.”

Weather in the mountains can change suddenly, resulting in hazardous driving conditions. Find the latest road conditions at drivebc.ca.

To report severe weather, send an email to bcstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm.