Parts of Vancouver Island could see accumulating snow on Monday.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the Malahat Highway, Inland Vancouver Island and East Vancouver Island, alerting to possible accumulating snowfall in areas 200 metres above sea level tomorrow.
According to the weather agency, a frontal system will arrive over the south coast, resulting in possible snow at higher elevations that could occur throughout the day and night on Monday.
Communities and areas included in the special weather statement are Goldstream to Mill Bay, Duncan to Nanaimo, Nanoose Bay to Fanny Bay and Courtenay to Campbell River.
Environment Canada says the frontal system will move out of the region by Tuesday morning.