Clearing trend today followed by a chance of snow flurries or showers mid-week in the Campbell River area

Good morning everyone. Environment Canada says we can expect a mainly cloudy morning today with clearing near noon.

High will reach 6 C with the wind picking up. Expect a clear night with lows to –1 C.

For the rest of the week expect a chance of showers or flurries Wednesday night and a chances of showers on Thursday. But the sun is expected to return for the weekend.

The highways look clear of any notices from DriveBC except for the Mount Washington Road where you can expect snow deposit removal between Alpine Road and Dove Creek Road for 10.8 km.

Enjoy the sunshine.

HERE’S SOME READING TO KEEP YOU UP TO DATE WITH THE NEWS:

Salmon Point patrons lament loss of gathering place destroyed by flames

Woss resident in medically-induced coma following hit-and-run in Campbell River

Jane Philpott resigns from Trudeau cabinet

Just Posted

PHOTOS: New exhibition at Campbell River Art Gallery highlights women’s invisible labour

Exhibition titled Slow Technology features three artists; show runs until May 1

Crab poaching under cover of darkness earns 10-year commercial fishing ban, vessel seizure

A Cape Mudge resident involved in poaching dungeness crabs in Vancouver Harbour… Continue reading

Cortes Island first responder referendum back on the table

Strathcona Regional District passed motion at last meeting to get elector assent

Campbell River schools among those getting provincial playground funds

Penfield Elementary will receive $105,000 for new universally accessible site

Campbell River Storm take 2-0 lead in series against Saanich Braves

The Campbell River Storm hung on for a 2-1 victory in Game… Continue reading

VIDEO: RCMP ask kids to help name soon-to-be police dogs

13 German shepherd puppies will be born this year

Watchdog called after man who yelled racial slurs at B.C. vigil hurt during arrest

BC RCMP say man was ‘acting suspiciously’ at prayer vigil for victims of New Zealand mosque shootings

NDP’s Jagmeet Singh steps into the House of Commons, making history

Burnaby South MP becomes first visible minority to lead a federal party in the House of Commons

Reeling Port Alice about to lose its only bank

Scotiabank branch closure follows latest mill setback, bad for business and the elderly

Simard guilty in Vancouver Island double murder

Convicted of two counts of second-degree murder in 2016 killing of Courtenay couple

Crab poaching under cover of darkness earns 10-year commercial fishing ban, vessel seizure

A Cape Mudge resident involved in poaching dungeness crabs in Vancouver Harbour… Continue reading

‘Considerably large’ tractor tire fell and killed 3-year-old girl on B.C. farm

Delta’s deputy fire chief said crews tried to helicopter girl out after a tractor tire leaning against a barn fell onto her

Nearly 40% of British Columbians not taking their medications correctly: poll

Introduction of legal cannabis could cause more issues for drug interactions

Mining company fined $70,000 after two workers killed in B.C. truck crash

Broda Construction pleaded guilty to failing to provide safe workplace at Cranbrook rock quarry

Most Read