For the first time in a long time, Vancouver, and the rest of the Lower Mainland, is looking more like a winter wonderland than any other major Canadian city. And luckily, residents have taken to social media to share some stunning photos and videos of it.
And, the posts range from the beautiful…
— Reaon Ford (@reaonford) January 6, 2022
Dear Canadian East Coast, it appears that due to the chain supply issues your freezing temperatures and snow storm ended up in #Vancouver while you got our drizzly and gloomy #bcweather. Please arrange the exchange as soon as possible! #BCStorm pic.twitter.com/wlFBA0rjBY
— Aleks Radovanovic (@_AleksM) January 6, 2022
— #CapBridge (@capbridge) January 6, 2022
— Sonika Arora (@SonikaArora604) January 6, 2022
To the downright odd…
Negative 4 outside with a warning about a big snow storm coming and ppl sti driving with their tops down 🤣🤣🤣 #BC #BCStorm #SURREY #Canada @GlobalBC #Vancouver #Delta #snow @weathernetwork @weatherchannel pic.twitter.com/e95RYajcPV
— Gary Sandher (@sandher1) January 6, 2022
The 99 bus that came after also experienced issues and had to be pushed out of bus stop. Bus drivers now being told to stop in the left lane (instead of the bus stop along right lane) to avoid issues. #BCStorm #BCSnow @CityNewsVAN pic.twitter.com/U89wdsVKvY
— Monika Gul (@MonikaGul) January 6, 2022
— Phoenix Lam | 林政言 (@PhoeLam) January 6, 2022
— therealsenebald (@therealsenebald) January 6, 2022
What can we say? Vancouver, you’re beautiful, but maybe let’s try not to shut down each time we’re blessed with a snowstorm. Stay safe out there folks!