Main routes in Greater Victoria, including the Trans-Canada Highway and the Pat Bay Highway, are clear, though some left hand turn lanes, acceleration lanes and on/off ramps may be slushy. (Drive BC webcam)

Travel advisories lifted for Vancouver Island: Drive BC

Police warning motorists to be cautious when driving in slushy conditions

Travel advisories have been lifted for Vancouver Island, according to Drive BC, with all major roads reported as bare and wet.

Main routes in Greater Victoria, including the Trans-Canada Highway and the Pat Bay Highway, are clear, though some left hand turn lanes, acceleration lanes and on/off ramps may be slushy.

Though the snowfall warning has ended for the region, accumulated snow is still on the ground on some side roads.

READ MORE: Cowichan, Sooke, Nanaimo, Victoria, Saanich schools remain closed

Police are asking residents to use extra caution on the roadways as melting snow and slushy conditions can make driving even more difficult.


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