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Sunday
Feb102019

Weather Update for this Weekend

Please be prepared for possible power outages and continuing bitter cold. This is the latest update from Emergency Management BC.  Some trees damaged by the December storm may be vulnerable.  

TIVFD

Weather Event Details:

·       There is the potential for snowfall to be heavier than this past weekend.

·        A weather system is on its way from the northwest, beginning on Thursday and lasting until Saturday.

·       After a slight warming on Wednesday, Arctic air will re-intensify over the South Coast towards the end of the week and support snow down to sea-level. 

·     Flurries may begin as early as Thursday but dry lower levels of the atmosphere will keep accumulations light and snow flurries intermittent.

·       A low pressure system is expected to approach the South Coast on Friday delivering another round of low-elevation snow.

·       East Vancouver Island could see similar snow squall (ocean-effect) conditions as were experienced last Sunday. 

·       The cold air will persist through the weekend.  Any snow that does fall will remain for a few days.

·       Temperatures are expected to begin to moderate late next week but will remain below seasonal values likely through the 3rd week of February.

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