Friday is also likely to break records! 🌞
Sweater weather is officially OVER
Down for some ice cream, anyone? 🍦
Other parts of the island are in for up to 110 km/h speeds
Starting today! 🌧️
Sunglasses at the ready! 😎
Sunshine for days 😎
Ready to unfreeze, Victoria? 😎
If you don’t like the weather - wait 5 minutes!
It's not Spring just yet! ❄️
But sunshine’s right around the corner!
Goodbye, umbrellas! 😎
Get ready for some sunshine!
Hold on tight, Victoria!
Winds could gust up to 80 km/h by Monday morning.
Watch out on the Malahat!
A total of 68 cm since February 1st!
We're not quite out of the woods yet! 🌨️
Use a “penguin-walk style” 🐧
A whole new take on 'Canada's Most Romantic City' ..
Not a great day to be travelling 😬
We've got another snow day ahead of us
Fallen trees and downed power lines block both directions.
Most schools have already announced a snow day.
Hope you're not tired of the white stuff just yet
Who's rooting for a snow day on Monday? ⛄️
In case you have a dreaded 6:30 p.m. class...
Some residents are starting to feel the cold.
Don’t forget to use winter tires or chains when driving through the mountains!
The snow has arrived!
It may be time to go into hibernation mode, Victoria 🌨
Bundle up, Victoria! ❄
Avoid swimming, wading, or allowing pets in the water along these shorelines.
Storm watching season isn't over yet!
The first snowfall of 2019! ❄️
The winter winds are making a comeback
The trail crosses Goldstream River
Some Vancouver Island roads remain flooded.
Approximately 80% of all Vancouver Island and Gulf Island residents lost power.
Rainfall warnings for East, Inland, and West Vancouver Island have been issued.
RIP Mt. Newton Cross Road tree 😢
Be wary of hazardous driving conditions on Wednesday morning!
A strong frontal system could bring up to 90 km/h winds.
Did you go storm watching yesterday?
They're closing for the safety of visitors and staff.
Over 67,430 people are without power on southern Vancouver Island.
"We will resume service as soon as it is safe to do so."
Just another day on the wet coast