Sizzling on the heels of the area’s greatest snowfall of the season, B.C.’s South Coast faces extra snow Sunday.
Setting Canada issued snowfall warnings for southern, central and jap Vancouver Island and a winter storm look ahead to the Fraser Valley, whereas Metro Vancouver remained underneath a particular climate assertion.
Snow blankets B.C.’s South Coast, with more to come
In Metro Vancouver, snow is anticipated to shift to rain by late afternoon.
Vancouver itself may stand up to 4 cm, whereas the North Shore may see as much as 11 cm.
Vancouver Island sees huge snowfall
Victoria was forecast to see between 5 and 10 cm of extra snow, whereas inland components of the island may see between 15 and 25 cm by Monday morning.
Within the Fraser Valley, winter circumstances are forecast to persist into Tuesday.
Setting Canada mentioned between 10 and 20 cm of snow was doable by Monday afternoon and warned intervals of freezing rain had been additionally doable Sunday night time by means of Monday morning.
Temperatures within the area are anticipated to return to seasonal common by mid-week.
TransLink reported no main disruptions Sunday morning however suggested passengers to plan further time into their commute and to control its Twitter feed for service updates.
Anybody venturing onto the roads is reminded that they will need to have snow tires outfitted and know the way to drive for the circumstances.
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