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Flurries expected to continue on Coquihalla Summit today

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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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