It looks like much of Metro Vancouver may have dodged a bullet, but we’re not done with the snow yet.
Environment Canada has ended a snowfall warning for Metro, but one remains in effect for the Fraser Valley.
Global B.C. meteorologist Mark Madryga says even so, we’re in for snow off and one throughout the day.
“The continued flow of air from the south-west through the day today is going to steer in more precipitation and we’re seeing that right now with flurries, some showers in the mix for sea level eventually by late morning and afternoon. Still some wet snow at higher levels and another 3 to 4 centimetres will accumulate there by later in the day.”
TransLink has not had any problems with buses or SkyTrain.
However, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any problems, and Madryga warns with temperatures near zero there are slick roads around the region, and some areas where snow has compacted to ice.
And March may have a little more winter left in it yet, with more precipitation slated to roll in this evening.
“Overnight and right into tomorrow, back to that wet snow or rain or snow mixed for most of the Lower Mainland, with a few centimetres of accumulation again at higher levels tonight and tomorrow.”