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The front will bring a blast of cool dry air from the north, sweeping away the moist air that has persisted in the some interior valleys for over a week.  As the front passes, strong northerly winds gusting to 60 km/h will blow through the interior valleys and some snow flurries are expected over higher terrain.

The Fort St. John forecast for Saturday night calls for periods of snow or rain and a low of minus 4.  Sunday we could see snow with a high of only minus 3.

Temperatures will start to increase Monday with a high of plus 2, with even warmer temperatures later in the week.

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If your traveling into Alberta, there is a snowfall warning for Beaverlodge, Grande Prairie and Valleyview.  That region could see 5 to 10 cm of snow tonight into Sunday.

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