There’s plenty of snow in some parts of southwestern B.C.
For instance, the Sea to Sky corridor, including Whistler, has found a fair amount accumulating overnight, as has central Vancouver Island.
But you will find not exactly a carpet of the white things all over the place else.
This early morning at 6:15, Setting Canada issued a snowfall warning for the North Shore and the northeast sector of Metro Vancouver, which include Coquitlam and Maple Ridge.
Up to five centimetres might fall in some locations. But in Vancouver city restrictions, most people are encountering rain.
“A powerful Pacific frontal process about the B.C. south coastline continues to carry a wintery combination of precipitation across considerably of the area this early morning,” the nationwide weather conditions forecaster mentioned. “Temperatures go on to be cold more than enough to retain snow stages largely in between 200 and 300 metres.”
Under, you can see some temperature photographs getting shared more than Twitter.