In less than an hour, streets in the Central and North Okanagan went from being bare to snow-covered and slippery on Tuesday morning.
Earlier in the day, Environment Canada was calling for two to four centimetres of snow, albeit near noon.
By 9:30 a.m., light snow began falling, with heavier amounts starting just after 10 a.m.
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The national weather agency was also calling for southerly winds, gusting between 20 and 40 kilometres an hour, along with a high of -2 C (-11 C with windchill) and an overnight low of -5 (-13 with windchill).
For Wednesday, Environment Canada is calling for periods of snow during the day of up to five centimetres plus 15 km/h winds and a high of -1 (-6 with the windchill).
In the South Okanagan, cloudy skies were looming as of 10:30 a.m., but snow had yet to fall. However, snow did fall later on.
In related news, flights at Kelowna International Airport are being impacted.
As of 11:15 a.m., eight arriving flights had either been cancelled or delayed, while eight departing flights had either been delayed or cancelled.
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Meanwhile, southern B.C. was bracing for heavy snowfall, and several snowfall warnings are in effect for the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.