From Drive BC:

Fog and Black Ice from Junction with Highway 16, in Terrace to New Aiyansh (96.3 km). Updated Thu Jan 15 at 6:15 am. (ID# 74530)

Reports of freezing rain and black ice. Travel only if absolutely necessary.

From Drive BC:

Closed in both directions from Gitwinksihlkw (Canyon City) to
Greenville (36 km) because of deep water on road. Maintenance work in
progress. Next update 6 am Wednesday January 14th. High confidence
level for opening. Updated on Tue Jan 13 at 8:48 pm. (ID# 74188)

From Drive BC:

Debris on Road from Greenville to Gingolx (Kincolith) (28.8 km). The
road is reduced to single lane alternating traffic. Updated on Fri Jan
16 at 9:45 am. (ID# 74271)

Closed in both directions from Rainbow Pass to 17 km west of Shames Ski
Hill Road (78.2 km) because of Mud Slide. Next update Tuesday January
13 at 1:30 pm. Updated on Tue Jan 13 at 12:37 pm. (ID# 74168)

Warnings

North Coast - inland sections
3:40 AM PST Tuesday 13 January 2009
Rainfall warning for
North Coast - inland sections continued

Additional rainfall amounts up to 30 mm through the day.

This
is a warning that significant rainfall is expected or occurring in
these regions. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated
statements.

Delays up to 2 hours for Avalanche Control from Greenville to Gingolx (Kincolith) (28.8 km), 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on Mon Jan 5.

Closed in both directions from Agate Creek Bridge to Terrace (93.6 km)
because of High Avalanche Hazard. Road will remain closed until at
least 5:00 pm Monday January 5. Confidence level Moderate. Next update
at 3:00 pm Monday January 5. Updated on Mon Jan 5 at 10:08 am. (ID#
73209)

Travel Advisory in effect due to Limited Visibility with Fog from
Junction with Highway 16, in Terrace to New Aiyansh (96.3 km). Travel
is not recommended unless absolutely necessary. Updated Sun Jan 4 at
10:45 am. (ID# 73207)

Travel Advisory in effect due to Limited Visibility with Fog from New
Aiyansh to Gingolx (Kincolith) (72.7 km). Travel is not recommended
unless absolutely necessary. Updated Sun Jan 4 at 10:43 am. (ID# 73208)

Please be advised that there is a 48 hour water conservation notice effective noon Dec. 30.

This notice is due to heavy snowfall and low temperatures over the last few weeks which resulted in low water levels in the creek that supplies our water system.

Please use water sparingly over the next 48 hours while the New Aiyansh Village Government Maintenance Department builds up our water supply.

Please note that this is a precautionary notice and our current water supply will be fine if we use it rationally. 

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