British Columbia

More snow on the way for southern B.C. on Tuesday

Parts of Metro Vancouver can expect at least five centimetres while up to 10 centimetres is expected for the Fraser Valley.

Parts of Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley can expect 5-10 cm of snow

A person walks a dog as heavy snow falls in Vancouver on Feb. 10. Environment Canada has issued another snowfall warning for Tuesday morning in Metro Vancouver and the lower Fraser Valley. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)

Here we go again, folks.

More snow is expected to fall on parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley on Tuesday.

Environment Canada issued a new snowfall warning for both regions late Monday, with five to 10 centimetres in the forecast for eastern parts of Metro Vancouver including Coquitlam, Langley, Maple Ridge and Surrey, and central and western areas of the Valley.

The agency said snow will likely begin Tuesday morning and mix with rain in the afternoon before turning back into flurries by nightfall.

The sun is expected to return on Wednesday, but a weather front on Friday could bring another bout of wet snow and rain to the South Coast.


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