Update: 11:30 a.m.
Environment Canada added the south Cariboo and Williams Lake to a snowfall warning issued Monday morning.
Lakecity and area residents can expect 10 cm of snow before the day is over.
Environment Canada is calling for a chilly start to the work week, with periods of snow on the way for the Cariboo Chilcotin.
Williams Lake residents woke up to -7C Monday morning, Nov. 9. Snow is expected to start falling later in the morning with amounts between two to four centimetres. Another two to four cm is expected to fall overnight before daytime temperatures warm to zero by mid-week.
North of Williams Lake in areas such as Quesnel, Prince George and the Stuart-Nechako, a snowfall warning is in place Monday. Quesnel is expected to receive 10 cm of snow.