Monday, December 2nd 2019, 11:04 am - A wet pattern returns as a low slides down B.C. bringing rain to the coast, Vancouver Island, and the Lower Mainland.
Drivers across Fraser Valley are urged to use extra caution on the roads Monday, as an additional 2 to 4 cm of snow is possible before snow changes to rain through the afternoon.
Meanwhile, a more typical pattern (unsettled at times) is ahead for the B.C. coast late week and next week, but no major storms are in sight as of yet. Snow levels will be marginal this week – likely bringing some snow to the summits of the North Shore ski areas, but rain at the bases.
Meteorologist Tyler Hamilton breaks down the wintry forecast in the video above.