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Environment Canada: More snow and colder temperatures are on the horizon
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Environment Canada: More snow and colder temperatures are on the horizon

More snow, colder temperatures on the way: Environment Canada

Sunshine Coast parts will experience a white Christmas with more snowfall and colder temperatures.

AnotherSpecial weather conditions are in effect on the Sunshine CoastFrom Gibsons to Powell River and East and Island Vancouver Island and other parts in B.C.

Environment Canada has announced that a weather system will be moving over the south coast tonight and Sunday. It will bring rain mixed with snow to areas near the water, and more snow to higher terrain.

It claims that cooler air is coming from B.C. Interior will move to the south coast tomorrow night. However, true Arctic air won’t arrive until after Christmas Day.

According to the weather agency, more snow is possible as the south coast air mass cools.

Through December, temperatures will likely drop to below seasonal levels. Locals are advised to be prepared for hypothermia and frostbite.

Environment Canada advises that you take precautions and wear appropriate clothing outdoors.

Mainroad will be on duty to prepare for the event and will apply winter materials wherever necessary.

Drivers are asked to exercise caution behind the wheel before setting out.DriveBC.caGet road condition updates.

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