Mother nature mostly spared the Lower Mainland an expected dose of snow today, but more of the white stuff is expected this weekend.
Global BC Meteorologist Kristi Gordon says we should continue to see dry conditions overnight, and for most of tomorrow as well.
However, she says we should start to see precipitation starting Saturday night.
“Saturday evening is when we’re expecting the first wave of moisture to push on-shore,” she says. “Light flurries for the most part.”
Gordon says Sunday morning should also be dry, but Sunday afternoon or evening is when the big dump could come.
“That one is actually going to be the more significant one, where we could see accumulations across Metro Vancouver. So that’s Sunday afternoon, into our Monday morning.”
Gordon says areas near the water might not see any snow stick, but that inland and at higher elevations could see up to 15 cm.