Roads are slippery in Williams Lake Wednesday morning due to yesterday’s rain and freezing temperatures overnight.
City crews have been out addressing the conditions.
Roads are slippery this am with frost. Crews are out addressing this. Please use caution and leave space btwn vehicles.
— CoWL Public Works (@CoWL_Works_Yard) December 12, 2018
Environment Canada lists a 30 per cent chance of flurries today, but mainly sunny Thursday with highs of 2C and a 40 per cent chance of showers, with a high of 8C for Friday.
Highways leading in and out of Williams Lake are showing winter conditions.
Drive BC notes there is compact snow from in areas between Tatla Lake and Alexis Creek and slippery sections between Alexis Creek and Williams Lake.
There are also slippery sections between Highway 97 and Horsefly Road, and on the Likely Road.
City works is also providing free sidewalk sand for residents again this winter outside the fence at the public works yard on Second Avenue.