There is less snow than predicted Thursday, but still several accidents Friday morning. We've had reports of a truck sideways on Highway 97 and a tow truck trying to clear a vehicle on Highway 6 near Aberdeen and reports of two vehicles in the ditch near the Predator turn off.
Environment Canada was forecasting snow for the Okanagan, but the storm stayed about 100-kilometres further south. The weather office says towns across the border in Washington received the heaviest amounts.
We'll see a chance of flurries this weekend before it warms up to above zero next week.