Updated story 1:11 PM
Environment Canada has rescinded the snowfall warning for the Prince George-Vanderhoof area.
Original Story 7:17 AM
For the second straight day, the Prince George-Vanderhoof area is under a snowfall warning by Environment Canada.
According to Environment Canada, an atmospheric river continues to come over the Central Interior.
The forecast states two to four centimetres are expected to fall during the day with a high of plus two.
Another five centimetres is being predicted for the evening/overnight hours.
In total, between 15 to 20 centimetres of snow will have accumulated over the course of the two days.
In addition, winds gusting up to 50 km/hr will hamper visibility in blowing snow.
Snow will ease to a few flurries by this morning followed by a period of wet rain or snow in the afternoon.
Motorists should be prepared to adjust their driving to changing conditions.