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Snowfall warning issued for Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass

Between 25 and 40 centimetres (10 to 15 inches) of snow is expected to fall by Friday morning, Nov. 25.

  • Nov. 24, 2016 3:00 p.m.

Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass.

Between 25 and 40 centimetres (10 to 15 inches) of snow is expected to fall by Friday morning, Nov. 25, easing into flurries as the system moves east.

Environment Canada warns driver visibility may be reduced in the passes as a result of the snowfall, which may contributed to transportation delays.11:13:25

 

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