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Flurries expected to continue on Coquihalla Summit today

The Coquihalla today, Sept. 29. (via DriveBC)

An alert for high elevation highways in B.C.'s interior continues today, including the Coquihalla.

Environment Canada issued the weather statement around 5 a.m. this morning (Sept. 29), warning about driving conditions on the Coquihalla from Kamloops to Hope and the Okanagan Connector from Merrit to Kelowna. Snow levels are approaching 1,000 m with flurries in the upper passes expected.

Alerts for multiple passes along Highway 3 through southern B.C. have also been issued, including Elk Valley where up to 5 cm may fall throughout the day.

Snow tires will be required by law starting Oct. 1 where signage indicates.

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