22 December, 2013 08:05

Northwesterly flow aloft will shift with an approaching cold upper low tonight. A warm front pushing inland today will lead to some milder air moving over much of the BC Interior creating a weak afl until the drier, colder, northwesterly flow is re-established. This warmer air mass pushing on to the coast will cause freezing levels to rise over southwestern BC significantly today and tonight reaching upwards of 2000 metres. A return to a drier northwesterly flow will likely occur beginning on the coast, through the day Monday into Tuesday morning.

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