Winter is alive and well in Greater Victora, and the snowfall warning from Environment Canada remains in effect.
Bands of snow rotating around a low-pressure system off the coast will continue to stream across southern Vancouver Island today.
Snowfall amounts across these regions will vary widely depending on the location and intensity of the individual bands.
Most areas could see at least 5 cm or more.
While the snow is causing chaos on the streets, it’s creating magical photos on social media.
Below are your pictures of southern Vancouver Island blanketed in snow over the past 24 hours.
Beautiful frosty scene in Saanich this morning of ducks taking flight #yyj #yyjsnow #YYJWeather @BC411_ @victoriabuzzes pic.twitter.com/0Ep6WqTwz5
— Sarah Kittenmittens (@dating_author) February 6, 2017
For those of us with Mondays off and no urgent need to be anywhere today is actually quite spectacular #yyjsnow pic.twitter.com/mmJA5guDto
— brandy-hair stylist (@hairbybrandy) February 6, 2017
It's a photographers paradise at #butchartgardens right now. #yyjnow #yyjsnow pic.twitter.com/lQpY8ADaJD
— The Butchart Gardens (@butchartgardens) February 6, 2017
The snow is really coming down @uvic! #yyjsnow pic.twitter.com/oKvMLxw8yZ
— Kim Manton (@kimmanton) February 6, 2017
What a gorgeous view of the fresh snow throughout Bear Mountain. Be careful on the roads today and take it slow. #yyjsnow #drivesafe pic.twitter.com/GTKJVYKSHq
— Bear Mountain Resort (@BearMountain) February 6, 2017