Ten hours after it was issued, Environment Canada ended the Snowfall Warning for Metro Vancouver at 9:20am Monday.
But not before the snow caused a lot of headaches for Monday morning commuters.
Some parts of the region like South Surrey and Heritage Mountain-Port Moody received up to 15 centimetres of snow, and it made driving on many of the roads very slippery, resulting in a number of accidents.
But now we should get ready for the cold.
Global BC meteorologist Mark Madryga says the Monday night low will be minus 4 and Tuesday night it will fall to minus 9.