After a bit snowfall Wednesday, Metro Vancouver is predicted to see record-breaking chilly temperatures in a single day.
Wind chills in Metro Vancouver will vary from -8 C to -14 C, throughout Vancouver Island -5 C to -10 C with the coldest within the Fraser Valley and Howe Sound at -15 C to -25 C.
In line with Surroundings Canada, a wind chill worth of -25 C brings a average danger of frostbite and is a big concern for the homeless.
Mild snowfall can also be anticipated in a single day with minimal accumulations.
Southeast Metro Vancouver, South Vancouver Island and the Fraser Valley may see a number of flakes.
However essentially the most snow (and we’re not speaking about a lot) could possibly be in Powell River and Campbell River in a single day with 0-4 cm.
The largest snowstorm of the season will hit the South Coast on Friday.
Snow is forecast to develop throughout Vancouver Island within the afternoon and within the night for Metro Vancouver.
Early snowfall predictions are exhibiting wherever from 10-15 cm for the mainland whereas Vancouver Island may see a variety from 10-30 cm.
This snowstorm ought to filter by Saturday afternoon, leaving an ideal day for tobogganing.
Snowfall will develop once more on Sunday morning however will probably change over to rain by about midday. As at all times, keep tuned for additional updates.
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