News Remembrance Day long weekend to be precipitation free in PG SHARE ON: Brendan Pawliw, staff Friday, Nov. 9th, 2018 Prince George streets resembled more of a skating rink as two centimetres of snow dampened the spirits of drivers this morning. Drivers are being reminded to go a bit slower as the snow is covering the pavement right now. However, the snow isn’t expected to last throughout the day. “The snow should be ending very shortly here, the back edge on the radar is pretty much right over the city of Prince George at this time and shoveling off to the east. We should see conditions a bit more tranquil with just a chance of showers throughout the day,’ said Matt Loney, Environment Canada Meteorologist. Despite the early morning skiff of snow, a seasonal weekend is on tap with pleasant conditions. “Tomorrow is a pleasant day with a mix of sun and cloud with a high of plus and the weekend is fairly typical for this time of year in terms of temperatures at least with marks of minus six and a high of plus one.” “A little bit of shower activity in this unstable air mass for the rest of the day but beyond that, so significant amounts of rain or snow today thru about Tuesday so we have a good four or five-day stretch where we shouldn’t too much.” The Remembrance Day service begins at 9 AM and the parade kicks off at 10:45 AM.