It’s warming up with temperatures more seasonal today in the plus 4 to 6 degree range.
Global BC Meteorologist Michael Kuss says there is still some light snowfall in the eastern valley and we could see snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 cm today in higher elevations along the Coquihalla highway.
Environment Canada says a strong onshore flow of moist unstable air will continue to produce periods of heavy snow and visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.
The Snowfall Warning is still in effect for the Coquihalla highway – Hope to Merritt
The Snowfall Warning has ended for the Fraser Valley, east including Chilliwack.
The Snowfall Warning has ended for the Fraser Canyon.
The freezing rain warning has ended for the Sea to Sky – West Vancouver Upper Levels to Squamish.
Current Weather Warnings:
Monday’s snowfall caused problems at Vancouver international Airport, where dozens of arriving flights were delayed.
But YVR’s Chris Devauld says things are back to normal now.
Bus service was also impacted during yesterday’s snowfall.
TransLink warned that heavy snow was rendering a number of key routes impassable.
Spokesperson Anne Drennan says there will be some TransLink bus delays today as well, especially in the suburbs.
“Getting reports of icy conditions in certain areas in new Westminster and North Vancouver. We have transit supervisor on the scene helping out and SFU service is termination at the transportation centre.”
Drennan says to also expect delays in Surrey.
Handy Dart services are operating in all areas.
And good news for SkyTrain and Sea Bus users — no problems on that end.