Snowfall warnings blanket B.C.
A timelapse of Highway 97 in Kelowna shows snowfall in the region. A warning was lifted Monday. (DriveBC)
Published Monday, November 12, 2012 7:21AM PST
Last Updated Monday, November 12, 2012 7:55AM PST
Environment Canada has lifted a snowfall warning for the central Okanagan, but the region is now digging out from the first major snowfall of the late-fall season.
As much as 10 centimetres has fallen in the West Kelowna area, and nearby cities and towns also endured the winter-like conditions.
But as conditions ease in the Okanagan, snow continues to pile up in communities across the inland North Coast.
Up to 15 centimetres has come down since yesterday, with as much as four more centimetres expected today, while Kitimat is bracing for as much as 10 centimetres before the storm passes.