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Fort St. John still 35 centimetres away from December snowfall record

first_imgIf the current Environment Canada forecast is accurate, we could reduce that spread number of 35 to between 20 and 25 tonight and Christmas Day. That’s because the weather bureau is calling for five to 10 centimetres of snow tonight and a wind shift to the north of 20 kilometres an hour. Another two to four centimetres is expected early Christmas Day, but the high is still expected to reach plus five later in the day. In addition, showers are forecast for Boxing Day, with a high near six before the temperature drops again about 15 degrees and we get more snow on Friday. If this all sounds like potential travel trouble, that’s because it is and the chief focus of concern right now is the Pine Pass. Up to 15 centimetres of snow is expected to fall there from late this afternoon to early tomorrow morning, and as a result it is the subject of an Environment Canada weather alert this morning. So is the Alberta Peace, where snow and freezing rain are expected today, and the travelling public is advised to monitor weather office forecasts closely at www.weatheroffice.gc.ca.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Dr. Kearney takes Into the Woods to the Cultural Centre

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, consider seeing Dr. Kearney Middle School Musical Theatre’s latest production, Into the Woods Jr.It debuted last night at the North Peace Culture Centre, and continues tonight and tomorrow night. The show starts at 7 p.m. and runs for an hour and a half.The musical follows a baker and his wife, who learn they’ve been cursed by the Witch next door. They embark on a quest — deceiving and stealing from such already-victimized characters as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel — to get the things they need to break the spell.- Advertisement -However, the story isn’t as simple as ‘happily ever after,’ as decisions come with consequences.Into the Woods Jr., appropriate for all ages, is based on the Broadway production which won several Tony Awards, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and the original book by James Lapine.It’s noted that there may be minimal use of a fog machine during the production.Advertisement Tickers are on sale, $15 for Adults, $13 for Students/Seniors, and $11 for Children. Children under five have free admission. Tickets can be bought at the NPCC Box Office.last_img read more