It may seem unbelievable following the clear and sunny day on B.C. Family Day, but conditions across the B.C. South Coast are set to change Tuesday.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the region, beginning Tuesday afternoon.
Due to the Arctic air that has been in place over the South Coast for several days, the system moving in from Alaska will bring moisture with it, which is expected to fall as snow.
Some areas could receive around five centimetres, while other areas could see up to 15 centimetres, especially away from the Strait of Georgia.
The snow is expected to end Wednesday morning.
The statement is in place for:
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