Environment Canada calls for sunny skies, warming trend heading into weekend

Drive BC reporting limited visibility due to fog on Highway 20

It’s going to be smooth sailing for roads and weather conditions as we head toward the end of the week.

Environment Canada is calling for sunny skies for the next three days and a warming trend Thursday with daytime highs of 7C, Friday with blue skies and a high of 9C and Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds and a daytime high of 13C.

Most of the snow that fell earlier in the week is off the main roads now in the Cariboo.

Drive BC is reporting limited visibility due to fog on sections of Highway 20 Thursday morning while freezing fog is being reported at the airport.

Road construction on Highway 97 near Williams Lake will continue to disrupt traffic, said Drive BC.

In the city, Fourth Ave. will reopen after being closed for weeks due to construction.

All the cold weather hasn’t slowed down the work to build a new affordable housing complex on First Avenue.


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