Jan 8, 2013 / 7:32 am
The second snowfall warning in two days has been issued by Environment Canada for the Central Okanagan, and it’s almost double the amount of snow we received on Monday.
According to their website, total snow amounts of between 10-20 centimetres is expected to fall between tonight and Wednesday morning.
A frontal system will move across the B.C. Interior today with snow beginning to fall over the Southwest Interior late this morning and will intensify as it moves to the Columbia and Kootenay regions tonight.
Environment Canada is forecasting 10 cm to fall over the Southwest Interior and 15-20 cm to fall in the Columbia and Kootenay regions by Wednesday morning.
This warning has also been expanded to Vernon and the North Okanagan.
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