We have provided information for travellers TO CANADA and for travellers WITHIN CANADA The information listed below is accurate as of Monday April 6, and is subject to change at any time. Please call TransCanadaHighway.com at 403-245-2194 if you become aware of any updates and/or errors. (We are not affiliated with --nor funded by-- any governments)
Snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 cm are likely by this afternoon when the snow will taper off. Another round of snow is expected on Monday with further amounts near 10 cm likely. More Info...
A significant mix of wintry precipitation is expected over much of Northern Ontario today into Monday, including snow, ice pellets and a risk of freezing rain. Total snow and ice pellet amounts of 5 to 15 cm are possible by Monday evening. More Info
Freezing rain is expected to develop this afternoon or evening. This is covering the TCH #17 as well as much of southern Ontario including the #400 and #401 corridors The freezing rain will transition to snow later Monday afternoon or evening, with Ice accretion or build-up of 5 to 10 mm (widespread power outages are possible). Travel conditions are expected…
An intense low pressure system will reach the Great Lakes Monday and bring a mixed bag of snow and ice pellets over Southwestern Quebec. Snowfall amounts could approach 15 to 25 centimetres. Moreover, strong easterly winds could produce blowing snow locally. Precipitation could also fall as freezing rain at times Monday, especially over areas near the border of Ontario. Expected…
Significant snow and rain expected New Year's Eve into New Year's Day. Total snowfall: 15 to 30 cm (more in northern areas) Total rainfall: 5 to 20 mm. Locally higher amounts possible. All of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia may get snow, but mainly southern New Brunswick & Nova Scotia may get rain. MORE INFO
BC and Alberta mountain routes are clear for driving ON: Highway #17 from Nipigon to Sault St Marie is getting freezing drizzle QU: Montreal and upper St Lawrence are getting rain and freezing drizzle NL: Avalon Peninsular & St John's are getting 10-15 cm of snow through Box Day night
Winter storm warning in effect Northeastern Newfoundland from Grand Falls-Windsor to St John's with additional snowfall of 20 to 30 cm and northwesterly wind gusts up to 80 km/h until Boxing Day night.
Fog east of Cochrane, Alberta extending into central Saskatchewan for Monday and Tuesday Dec 23, 24.
Trans-Canada Highway #1 PLANNED CLOSURE east of Revelstoke for Avalanche control at Hemlock Grove Boardwalk on Mon Dec 23 between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM