Travel advisories still in effect for Peace roads

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Travel Advisories are still in effect for several roads in the Peace Region.

Advisories are in effect for the following roads.

Highway 2 – Alberta Border to Dawson Creek
Highway 29 – Tumbler Ridge to Mile 54 of the Alaska Highway
Highway 49 – Dawson Creek to Alberta Border
Highway 52 – Tumbler Ridge to Arras
Highway 52E – Tumbler Ridge to Highway 2
Highway 97 – Chetwynd to Wonowon
Highway 103 – Fort St. John to the Alberta Border

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All of those roads are listed with limited visibility and blowing snow. It could get worse later today as the temperature is expected to rise with a wind of up to 70km/h.

For more updates on the roads in our region, move your mouse over the news menu item and select the road report. 


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