Snow(ish) day in Vancouver area makes for pretty pictures, tricky commute

Snow flurries greeted people heading back to school and work for the first time in 2016, making for a slower and more slippery commute than usual.

Light dusting greets commuters on first full day of work and school in 2016

A snowy road less travelled in Pitt Meadows. (Jacqueline Landry/CBC)

Snow flurries greeted people heading back to school and work for the first time in 2016, making for a slower and more slippery commute than normal. 

Only slight accumulations were recorded, and the forecast is calling for drier conditions in the afternoon.

What's green and red and white all over? Snow on holly. (Jacqueline Landry/CBC)
Not enough to shovel in Dollarton. (Steve Lus/CBC)
The snow stuck to the grass but not much else in Port Coquitlam city centre (Mike Clarke/CBC)
A good dusting in Fairview Slopes early Monday morning. (Alison Broddle/CBC)
Postcard pretty in Pitt Meadows. (Jachueline Landry/CBC)
A snowday in Nelson looks different than in the Lower Mainland. Chillaxing abominable snowman snowman built by Bill Potkins and family. (Bob Keating/CBC)
And for a reality check take a look at down town Prince George where it's minus-20 C. (Betsy Trumpener/CBC)

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