February 19, 2019 8:23 pm
Updated: February 20, 2019 12:35 pm

Snowfall warning ended for Metro Vancouver, remains for Fraser Valley

WATCH: After a short break, there is more snow in the forecast for the Fraser Valley and parts of Metro Vancouver. Grace Ke has the latest.

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Environment Canada says the snowfall warning has ended for Metro Vancouver, but remains for the Fraser Valley.

Tuesday afternoon, areas saw accumulating snowfall in Surrey, Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Burnaby, New Westminster and North Vancouver.

Global News meteorologist Kristi Gordon says much of Metro Vancouver saw a mix of rain and snow earlier in the day.

“Temperatures were a couple of degrees above freezing so nothing accumulated on the ground,” Gordon said.

“But then between 3 and 4 p.m. temperatures dropped and big wet flakes began to fall. By 5 p.m. a number of regions began to see snow accumulate on streets and sidewalks.”

WATCH: Coverage of the snow that hit the Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver last week: 

READ MORE: Another Snowfall Warning for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley

Radar imagery showing the areas where snow is falling in white versus the rain in green

 

Transit

TransLink says SkyTrain is running a regular service on all routes at this time.

The Canada Line is also running regular service.

Radar imagery showing the areas where snow is falling in white versus the rain in green

Buses are operating normally but they are monitoring conditions and working with municipalities to keep streets clear.

The SeaBus and West Coast Express are also running regular service.

HandyDART is also running regular service at this time.

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