Both the Coquihalla and the Connector are expecting more snowfall to start late Friday morning.

Environment Canada is reporting a low pressure system that will be coming up from the Washington coast, moving east from Vancouver before meeting with an Arctic wind moving southwards towards the Interior.

This should result in below seasonal temperatures, as well as what could be 5-15cm of snow on the Coquihalla from Merritt to Kamloops, the Coquihalla from Merritt to Hope, and the Connector from Merritt to Kelowna.

“In the wake of the low, a drying trend begins on Saturday as the Arctic air spreads through the rest of the southern interior. Temperatures of 10 degrees below seasonal normals are expected through the weekend,” reads a press release from Environment Canada.

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