Source: Cillian O’Brian and Christy Sosmos, CTV News, December 11, 2019
TORONTO — A deep chill is setting in across a large part of Canada, with the wind chill making some parts of the country feel as cold as -50.
In a phone interview with CTVNews.ca, Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Gerald Cheng said “the only place that is immune to this cold is the B.C. coast.”
Instead of the cold, parts of the coastal province are dealing with snowfall warnings. Environment Canada said drivers travelling along the Coquihalla Highway, which connects Vancouver and Kamloops, should take extra care over the next couple of days due to snow.
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