And so it continues – the weather alerts, that is.
Environment Canada has issued a wet snow warning for parts of Vancouver Island – including Victoria – for Friday night and Saturday morning.
According to the weather agency, cooler temperatures are likely to bring wet snow from Nanaimo to the Cowichan Valley, the Malahat, and Greater Victoria area.
Areas of higher elevation will be impacted more so than low-lying areas.
“At this time, the trajectory of this low suggests a low probability of accumulating snow for this time period,” said Environment Canada in their warning.
For updates on the weather alerts, stay tuned to Environment Canada.