The southern coast of British Columbia crouches for another 24 hours of wild winter weather, with snow, wind and rain in the forecast.
This is what you need to know about what will come, broken down by region.
Overnight: A chance of moderate to strong bursts. These snow spots could bring up to five centimeters of snow in a very localized area. The winds will calm down, but snow and reduced visibility could still be a problem at times.
Morning: Temperatures could rise to 2-3 degrees Celsius in some areas in the morning, but then fall back in the afternoon until almost freezing. A chance of showers or gusts will continue during the day. The morning trip could still be hard with snow or sleet in many areas.
3:07Another winter storm creates traffic chaos
Overnight: Snow and winds will ease. Temperatures will rise to approximately -1 degrees in the morning, but the thermal sensation could remain close to -10 degrees.
Morning: Snow periods will develop again in the morning, but it seems that it could be after the morning trip. Either way, the best bet is to make a bank trip on the morning trip that is hard with at least icy conditions. Five to 10 centimeters of snow is possible during the day. Stay below zero all day.
1:24Wind warnings follow significant snowfall
Overnight: Blizzard conditions during the night with winds of 90-110 km / h in the water, winds of 40-60 km / h for Squamish. Another 15 centimeters of snow are possible.
Morning: Blizzard-like conditions will ease in the morning as the winds calm down. Snow periods with another five centimeters possible are still expected. Stay below zero during the day.
2:15New storm causes more traffic chaos
Overnight: Showers The temperature is already 2 degrees.
Morning: A chance of rain or wet gusts and some sunny breaks. Temperatures will be around 5 degrees in the morning, but the air mass could cool again in the afternoon, so there is a chance of wet gusts. No accumulations are expected.
1:07Vancouver Island hit by winter storm
North Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast
Overnight: Snow, sometimes heavy, with 15 to 25 centimeters possible for parts of the island and 5 to 10 centimeters for Sunshine Coast. Winds will continue overnight in the range of 30-50 k / h, so snow and fading are a concern. The temperature will warm up in the morning, especially in areas near water.
Morning: A chance of showers or gusts and some sunny breaks. Temperatures will be around 4 degrees in the morning, but they will probably cool to about 1 degree in the afternoon.
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