The sunny weather we experienced over the long weekend may quickly turn to snow come Tuesday afternoon.
According to Environment Canada, arctic air has been in place over the South Coast for several days.
A potent storm system over the Alaskan Panhandle will advance southwards on Tuesday, bringing Pacific moisture into the mix reads a release.
“Snowfall accumulations of 5 to 15 cm are listed as quite possible, especially away from the Strait of Georgia, before the snow ends Wednesday morning. Freezing levels on Vancouver Island should be high enough to restrict significant snow accumulations to elevations higher than about 200 m.”
The warning cautions that areas outside of the City of Vancouver may face hazardous winter conditions as a result of the storm.
Get more 604, delivered to your inbox
Plan your next night out, enter contests, and stay connected.