A cold front is set to blanket much of southern B.C. with snow over the weekend, potentially helping floodwaters recede in many communities devastated by floods and mudslides.
Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for the Fraser Valley and Fraser Canyon east of Vancouver, as well as other regions in the province’s Interior. Up to 15 centimetres of snow could accumulate near mountain passes, the agency says.
A special weather statement has also been issued for Metro Vancouver and communities on the eastern side of Vancouver Island, though communities near the water are unlikely to see much snow accumulation.
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