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Photos: Snowfall transforms Lower Mainland into a winter wonderland

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Residents of the Lower Mainland woke to 10-15 cm of fresh powder after an overnight snowfall. Most roads were passable with a few minor exceptions – Dec 30, 2021

Residents of British Columbia’s South Coast awoke Thursday morning to a thick coat of snow.

Whether the result was a winter wonderland or a snowy nightmare likely depended on whether you were a commuter or not, but for many the fresh white coating was magical.

Read more: Lower Mainland blanketed in white as 15-20 cm of snow falls across the region

Here’s a look at some of the best photos Global BC viewers snapped of the snowfall in their parts of the region.

Downtown Vancouver. Alexandre Légère
Boundary Bay. Bob Bunting
Seventh Avenue at Alder Street, Vancouver. Brian Nadon
Goldstream Falls, Langford. Ricky Kipp
Goldstream Falls, Langford. Ricky Kipp
Deep Cove, North Vancouver. @HCWesterman/Twitter
Port Haney, Maple Ridge. Ken Holland
Alouette River, Maple Ridge. Adria Schafer
Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby. Susan White
Howe Sound, north of Horseshoe Bay. @Drcheap1/Twitter
Kerrisdale, Vancouver. Ann-Marie Copping
Lafarge Lake, Coquitlam. Lisa Ford
Pitt Meadows. @KdCoates2017/Twitter
Woodlands, North Vancouver. Lisa Upton
River District, Vancouver. Chapter Two Mediation
Courtenay. @TheUnretired/Twitter
Westwood Plateau, Coquitlam. Kathy Farenholtz
New Westminster boardwalk. Mayette Ostonal
Port Coquitlam. @HAC_1990/Tswitter
Upper Lonsdale, North Vancouver. @Mjdacua/Twitter

Global BC meteorologist Mark Madryga said most parts of the Lower Mainland saw between 10 and 20 centimetres of snow fall overnight.

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The region is forecast to see clear and cold conditions through to Saturday, when snow could return before temperatures lift and heavy rain arrives on Sunday.

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