Snow is in the forecast for Metro Vancouver.
Global B.C. meteorologist Mark Madryga says some colder air has opened the door to another round of snowfall.
“Over the last couple of days the air mass has become cooler and cooler here across the South Coast, and that’s a key, because with moisture dropping down late Thursday night through Friday morning from the northwest, we will likely pick up a little snow in most of Metro Vancouver, especially a little higher up through the city and the surrounding area. Late tonight through Friday morning, two to four centimetres potentially for snowfall. [Then], another two to four centimetres during Friday morning.”
Madryga says conditions will also be moist Saturday night and Sunday morning.
Pretty close to seasonal. Still a risk of snow tonight in Vancouver. https://t.co/fmY8gUBFvK
— Michael Kuss (@michaelkusswx) February 23, 2017
Parts of Metro Vancouver also saw snow on Wednesday.
— AM730Traffic (@AM730Traffic) February 22, 2017
Some people are still reeling from the snowfall Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and Howe Sound experienced in December and January.
It is starting to SNOW at my apartment. SO OVER WINTER.
— Stephanie (@seaotta) February 23, 2017
— Chris Tsang (@onlychristsang1) February 20, 2017
Others are looking forward to the possibility.
Living in both Vancouver and California has made me used to all weather except snow. Snow is still very exciting. https://t.co/f8ds6gGnFR
— Lachlan Irvine (@LachInTheCrease) February 22, 2017