Police Urge Drivers to Avoid 'Treacherous' Roads After Winter Storm Hits British Columbia

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) warned drivers to stay home due to “treacherous” weather conditions, after a winter storm hit British Columbia on Sunday, November 6.

Up to 10 cm (four inches) of snow was forecasted for Sunday evening with winds up to 50 km/h (30 mph), according to weather reports.

Footage by Eddie Shen shows a line of trucks at a standstill on the Kamloops Highway late on Sunday. Credit: Eddie Shen via Storyful

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