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Yet another special weather advisory was issued for Greater Victoria early Tuesday morning.

According to Environment Canada, a low pressure system will approach southern Vancouver Island this evening, bringing snowfall that will intensify overnight.

See also: 21 images of Victoria’s first snowfall in 2020 (PHOTOS/VIDEOS)

On Wednesday morning, Greater Victoria residents can expect to wake up to 10 to 15 cm of snow. Snowfall will ease up by then.

“Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult over some locations. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow,” warns the weather authority.

All schools and post-secondary institutions across Greater Victoria are in open and in session as of Tuesday morning.

Most BC Transit routes are operating on schedule, but several alerts are in place warning riders of potential issues with select bus trips. Click here to check the alerts.

All sailings on BC Ferries are running on time as of the time of publication.

At Victoria International Airport, an incoming WestJet flight from Calgary was cancelled this morning while an arriving and departing flight to and from Vancouver are both delayed.

Meanwhile Harbour Air is reporting flight delays and possible cancellations between Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, and Sechelt due to inclement weather conditions. Visit the Harbour Air website to check the status of your flight.