Storm systems bringing snow for Kamloops

By Jessica Lepp
January 16, 2016 - 9:00am Updated: January 16, 2016 - 12:52pm

KAMLOOPS — Residents are waking up to a light snowfall in Kamloops.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Mike Gismondi says the snow began to fall around 4 am Saturday.

He says there's a couple of storms passing through Kamloops right now bringing light snow that should taper off this afternoon.

Gismondi says, “ we're expecting 5 centimetres total today. Over the highways today we've got about 5 centimetres for Helmer Lake area and for the Coquihalla summit we've got about 10 cm's with an additional 5 tonight.”

Another storm system is expected to move into Kamloops Sunday morning bringing flurries in the morning within the city and up to 10 centimetres on the highways.

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