The Elk Valley’s rain warning has ended only to be replaced with a snowfall warning.
Environment Canada issued the updated alert on Thursday as temperatures drop and the heavy precipitation changes to snow.
Officials said this comes in the wake of a cold front sweeping through the region.
The Fernie and Morrisey area can expect about 15 cm of snow today before it eases off in the evening.
Environment Canada officials said temperatures in the Elk Valley will reach a high of plus one on Thursday, before falling to an overnight low of -2.
Temperatures are expected to hover between the low positives and negatives over the coming days.
This will likely create slippery sections and winter driving conditions along local roadways, so drivers are encouraged to use caution.