Black ice warnings on major routes

Drive BC is asking drivers to have caution around Kelowna and Lake Country and all the way through Vernon to Falkland

  • Jan. 24, 2017 3:00 p.m.

Black ice has prompted a warning to drive cautiously from Drive BC

Drive BC is warning of black ice along Highway 33 from Beaverdell to Kelowna as well as on parts of Highway 97 between Kelowna and Lake Country.

Drive BC reports black ice from McCullooch Road into Kelowna to the junction with Highway 97 as well as from McCulloch road to Mission creek bridge. There are also reports of slippery sections from from Westbridge to Beaverdell and Beaverdell to McCulloch Road.

On Highway 97 there are also reports of black ice from Kelowna to the junction with Airport road and from Lake Country to Crystal waters Road with slippery sections road all the way to Falkland.

For updated conditions check Drive BC.

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