Snow began to blanket B.C.’s south coast Sunday. (Katya Slepian/Black Press Media)

Baby, it’s snowing outside: Light dusting covers B.C.’s south coast

It was the first snow of the season for many in the Lower Mainland

There’s been a few false alarms but on Sunday morning, B.C.’s south coast woke up to a light layer of snow blanketing the region.

Temperatures hit below zero degrees in the region, giving the south coast a slight taste of what the rest of B.C. – and Canada – have been seeing for months.

READ MORE: Brrrr! Temperatures to drop across B.C.’s south coast

But although locals took to social media to show their excitement, many seemed conscious that Sunday’s light dusting wasn’t really anything to get too worked up about.


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