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Current Weather Warnings Issued In British Columbia For:

LERTS FOR: GREATER VICTORIA

STATEMENTS

10:38 AM PST SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2017
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT IN EFFECT FOR:

  • GREATER VICTORIA

MORE SNOW TONIGHT.

A WEATHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE ONTO THE BC NORTH COAST FROM THE NORTH TODAY. THIS SYSTEM WILL REACH THE SOUTH COAST EARLY THIS EVENING BRINGING MIXED PRECIPITATION TO THE AREA. THE PRECIPITATION WILL LIKELY START AS RAIN THEN CHANGE TO SNOW LATER THIS EVENING, ESPECIALLY OVER HIGHER TERRAIN AND INLAND SECTIONS. THE SNOW WILL TAPER OFF ON SUNDAY MORNING AS THE SYSTEM MOVES TO THE SOUTH AND OUT OF THE AREA.

OVER GREATER VICTORIA AND THE SOUTHERN GULF ISLANDS, A TRACE TO 2 CM OF SNOW IS FORECAST WITH 5 CM OVER HIGHER TERRAIN INCLUDING THE MALAHAT.

OVER METRO VANCOUVER, A TRACE TO 2 CM OF SNOW IS EXPECTED WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS UP TO 5 CM OVER HIGHER TERRAIN AND OVER EASTERN SECTIONS.

OVER THE FRASER VALLEY, AMOUNTS WILL LIKELY VARY FROM A TRACE TO 5 CM OF SNOW.

ANOTHER SYSTEM COMING FROM THE NORTH WILL MOVE ONTO THE BC SOUTH COAST ON TUESDAY WHICH WILL BRING THE POTENTIAL FOR SOME MORE SNOW. BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, A SERIES OF PACIFIC WEATHER SYSTEMS WILL START ARRIVING ON THE BC SOUTH COAST FROM THE WEST BRINGING MILDER AIR AND RAIN.

PLEASE CONTINUE TO MONITOR ALERTS AND FORECASTS ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA. TO REPORT SEVERE WEATHER, SEND AN EMAIL TO EC.TEMPETEPACIFIQUE-PACIFICSTORM.EC@CANADA.CA OR TWEET REPORTS TO #BCSTORM.

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