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It's here: Snowfall hits Metro Vancouver overnight

Snow blanketed several parts of Richmond, Burnaby, Surrey and into the Fraser Valley early Friday morning.

Metro Vancouver residents waking up to fresh snow Friday morning

Snow tires may come in handy after last night's snow dump. (Gian-Paolo Mendoza/CBC)

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Metro Vancouver residents are waking up to a layer of snow this morning, following some overnight flurries.

Most of the snow came down in Richmond, Burnaby, Surrey and into the Fraser Valley early Friday morning, blanketing many main roads and residential areas in a layer of white powder.

Several residents took to social media to share photos and video of the snow in their neighbourhoods.

Snowfall on Fraser Highway near 152 Street in Surrey early Friday morning. (Gian-Paolo Mendoza/CBC)