Summer is gone and autumn is upon us.
A quick look around our BC HighwayCams on DriveBC confirms it.
What does the first day of fall look like in BC?
It looks like gold at the Peace View Rest Area (above). Stay gold Peace View, stay gold…
Fog has settled in at Wire Cache.
Yes, that is snow at Heckman Summit in the Southern Interior. (Don’t sweat it – make the Shift into Winter now and you’ll be ready for Old Man Winter when he comes).
Our Granisle HighwayCam is threaded with gold and brown in true autumn fashion.
Cold autumn mornings don’t slow down the traffic that buzzes along BC Highway 1 in the Lower Mainland. Wondering what traffic looks like now? Check out our Burnaby East BC HighwayCam on DriveBC and know before you go.
Fog hovers gently above the Fraser River in the Lower Mainland, making the beautiful Port Mann Bridge look like it is hovering too.
Secret Cove on the Sunshine Coast looks almost like it has escaped the first day of autumn. Maybe this is why the locals call it “Secret Cove”? Ssssshhhh.
Our Whistler cam is showing a green light for autumn. We know everyone there is already praying for the white stuff.
And it looks like Northern Vancouver Island (Crest Lake to be exact) is settling in to what is does best: Rain, rain and more rain. Stay wet V.I., stay wet.
Harvest time is in full effect in the Keremeos area; apples and autumn do go hand in hand after all.
Well, there you have it. A little bit of everything – sun, rain, fog and even snow on the first day of fall in BC. We have to ask – did you expect anything different? Our amazing summer couldn’t last forever anyways.
Drive safely out there folks and remember to check DriveBC before you head out on the highway.