Wind chill knocks Cariboo temperatures down a notch Sunday

With winds gusting up to 60 kilometres per hour, it’s a little chilly outdoors Sunday

With winds gusting up to 60 kilometres per hour, it’s a little chilly outdoors Sunday.

While temperatures remain hovering around the 0C mark, the wind chill is knocking that down to well below zero at -15C.

According to Environment Canada clouds are expected to remain throughout the day with a 40 per cent chance of flurries this evening. The wind, meanwhile, is expected to die down after midnight with a low of -7C in the evening and -12C overnight.

READ MORE: Driving conditions largely favourable, though snow is expected soon

Tomorrow, Dec. 10, a mix of sun and cloud is expected with a high of -3C.

Periods of snow are forecast throughout the early part of the week, with more windy conditions.

On Cariboo roadways, DriveBC is reporting no major incidents, however, is advising motorists to watch for slippery sections with compact snow east of Bella Coola heading to Anahim Lake on Highway 20, and between Clinton and 100 Mile House on Highway 97.

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