Environment Canada is forecasting snow for some Interior mountain passes on Monday.
Higher elevations along the Okanagan Connector could see flurries and periods of snow, bringing up to 5 cm.
The snow level will lower to 1400, prompting a warning for drivers to use caution and watch for slippery sections.
The Coquihalla is also forecast to receive snow of up to 5 cm of snow at the summit, which will turn to rain later in the day.
For those travelling along Highway 1 near Revelstoke expect periods of rain with thunderstorms and wet snow near the pass.
Winter tires are required for mountain highways until April 30.
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*COMPACT/SLUSHY/SLIPPERY* #BCHwy97C near #Pennask Summit. Crews already enroute. Watch for plowing & abrasive deployments. Please drive to road conditions! @TranBC_OKS @DriveBC_TOK @YRBNicola pic.twitter.com/Y4hszvAvyx— AIMRoads (@AimRoads) April 27, 2020