The Coquihalla highway is expecting flurries tonight, according to Environment Canada.

“A vigorous cold front will cross the southern Interior of B.C. tonight. Rain will begin this evening, but as cold air moves in behind the front snow levels will drop rapidly. As this happens rain will change to flurries over higher elevations,” reads a statement.

The Connector will likely see two to five centimetres, while the Coq, between Hope and Merritt, could see five to ten in higher elevations.

Check road conditions on the DriveBC website.