The clearing in Kamloops begins

Between five and 15 centimetres of snow fell on Kamloops overnight Monday and into Tuesday, depending on elevation.

City of Kamloops snow-clearing crews were on the job early Tuesday morning (Nov. 10), ensuring sidewalks and arterial roadways were ready for morning commuters and parents dropping off students at Dufferin elementary at Hillside Drive and Copperhead Road.

Between five and 15 centimetres of snow fell on Kamloops overnight Monday and into Tuesday, depending on elevation.

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Environment Canada is calling for a few furries the rest of the day, with sun and clouds expected on Wednesday.

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