More snow is on the way tonight and into Tuesday for the Cariboo region, according to Environment Canada. (Angie Mindus/Williams Lske Tribune file photo)

Snow on the way Monday night for the Cariboo, cold snap by the weekend

Five to 10 cm expected for Cariboo cities

Environment Canada is calling for five to 10 centimetres of snow for Williams Lake and about five for Quesnel overnight and into Tuesday.

The daytime high for the region is expected to reach -1C Tuesday, but will begin the day with a windchill of -10C before warming up.

Bella Coola residents are still digging out from their weekend storm, with another 10 cm of snow in the forecast for Tuesday.

Read More: ‘The hill’ at Bella Coola reopened, power restored to residents after winter storm hits area

Snow is expected Thursday and Friday with daytime highs of -6C and -2C, before temperatures are forecast to plunge to -25C Friday night, and stay cold Saturday with a daytime high of -20C, and -29C by Saturday night.


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