Better top up the windshield wiper reservoir if you`re planning on going over the Coquihalla-Connector this weekend.
This crazy weather to kick off 2019 with temperatures becoming more mild after some heavy snowfall, is turning to slush up to and arriving at higher elevations.
Environment Canada says some snow is in the forecast, and things could become messy on the roads.
However with fluctuating freezing levels, black ice can become a sudden danger, basically anywhere.
Even if the road looks clear, be sure to take caution with a potential for freezing on the surface, especially at night.
The next big dump for the Coquihalla is predicted to come Sunday, when 10 to 15 centimetres of snow is predicted for the highway.
As always before you head out, check DriveBC.ca. for the latest road conditions.