The spring snow continues to fall on area mountain passes.
Environment Canada's Chris Emond says the snow began to fall on all three phases of the Coquihalla last night, and another 15cm is expected today.
"We were originally targeting the Pennask Summit, just because of the elevation. But, the Coquihalla Summit and Allison pass is seeing snow, and Helmer Lake has already seen as much as 9cm fall. So, we've put out a Special Weather Statement which covers all mountain passes in the region today."
Since Friday evening, Emond says as much as 30cm of snow has fallen on parts of the Coquihalla.
Typically, the Coquihalla highway receives an average of 124cm of snow through the months of April and May.