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By Energeticcity.ca Staff

The snowfall warning has ended for the entire BC Peace Region.

Environment Canada cancelled the warning at 10:30am Saturday morning.  They are still calling for flurries throughout the day with a high of plus 2.  The weather should improve for the rest of the long weekend as Sunday we should see a high of 11 and Monday a high of 16.

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In Fort St. John over 4cm of snow has fallen since Friday and over 9.4mm of rain.  In Dawson Creek Environment Canada doesn’t keep track of snowfall, but over all they had over 36mm of precipitation.  Dawson Creek received the most precipiation in the province on Friday. 

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