Snow is starting to fall in and around Williams Lake Saturday afternoon. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Snow is beginning to fall in and around Williams Lake

Light snow is in the forecast into Saturday evening

Maybe Williams Lake will get a white Christmas after all.

Snow began to fall in the lakecity Saturday afternoon and the wind has picked up as well.

Environment Canada notes a high of -3C and a wind chill near -13C for the remainder of the day and into the evening, while Sunday will be a mix of clouds a high of -2C and wind chill near -10C.

Drivebc is reporting compact snow for Highway 20 from Bella Cool to Tatla Lake and from Tatla lake to 43 kilometres west of Williams Lake.

Along Highway 97, drivers are urged to watch for slippery conditions between 90 Mile House to six kilometres south of 100 Mile House.

Meanwhile other parts of the province are still without power due to Thursday’s storm

Read more: Thousands across southern B.C. still without power

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