Before the snow has completely melted away, Vancouver is already due for its next snowfall. The good news? Only up to 5 cm of snow is expected this time, as opposed to 20 cm earlier this week.
And we don’t know about you – but we’ll take another snowfall over muddy, half-melted slush any day. So long as the roads are made safe for driving and commuting – which reminds us, you can be fined for driving without proper snow tires!
City crews worked through the night clearing major routes and will be out all day treating for ice and hand salting bus stops and sidewalk ramps. A big thank you to Vancouver residents for clearing sidewalks and giving our trucks space on the roads so they can do their job! pic.twitter.com/0Vz6UaWdNN
— City of Vancouver (@CityofVancouver) November 30, 2022
Now, let’s get into the forecast. According to The Weather Network, you can expect the temperature to sit at 1 C and feel like -3 C. There will likely be scattered flurries throughout the day, amounting to around 5 cm of snow overall on Friday.
And as for this weekend, it looks like it’s going to be a stunner. Two consecutive days of sun mean it’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy a winter stroll – or lace up your boots & play in the snow before it melts away.
So there you have it, Vancouver. Snow is officially in the forecast for Friday, December 2nd, followed by a weekend of great weather to enjoy it.
Don’t forget the snow tires, and stay safe!