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While Environment Canada’s 90 km/h wind warning for Greater Victoria remains in effect, the agency has released another statement concerning southern Vancouver Island.

On Sunday, February 10th, a storm that is relatively weaker than the one we experienced on Friday is expected to hit BC’s south coast.

According to current computer guidance, southern Vancouver Island could see between 5 – 10 cm of snow tomorrow.

However the precarious nature of storm tracking systems means that there may be deviations in this forecast.

Environment Canada warns that even small changes could result in major differences in the amount of snow we receive, which makes it important to monitor weather changes as often as possible

The good news is that the strong winds are expected to ease up tonight, as the ridge of high pressure over the BC interior weakens.

Friday’s winter storm resulted in almost 30,000 BC Hydro customers losing power early Saturday morning, numerous ferry cancellations, transit route changes, and road closures.

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