Motorists should take precaution when driving around as the roads could become slippery. Photo by Jeff Labine

Winter-like weather arrives in Stettler

Snow expected for the rest of the week

Winter-like weather has come to trick or treat.

Environment Canada is forecasting between two to four centimeters of the white stuff to fall Tuesday with possible rainfall later in the day. The forecast is calling on more rain followed by flurries later in the evening. Things don’t look much better later on in the week with periods of snow expected all the way until next week.

Motorists should take precaution when heading out onto the roads as they made become slippery.

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