Guppy, a Lagotto Romagnolo, enjoys the snow at Cinnabar Valley in Nanaimo on Feb. 13, 2019. (Nicole Simpson/Submitted)

Guppy, a Lagotto Romagnolo, enjoys the snow at Cinnabar Valley in Nanaimo on Feb. 13, 2019. (Nicole Simpson/Submitted)

Heavy snow fell Sunday, Monday and Tuesday on Vancouver Island, leading to school closures and treacherous road conditions.

And now, five to 10 centimetres of snow is predicted on east Vancouver Island, Greater Victoria and the southern Gulf Islands this afternoon and this evening. The snow is expected to be wetter than earlier this week.

So there may be some messy conditions as Vancouver Island residents continue to dig out from these snowfall totals:

Chemainus Area: 31 centimetres during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 62 centimetres between Sunday and Tuesday
Cochrane, a Ministry of Transportation station located inland from Qualicum Bay on Highway 19 at Horne Lake road: 22 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 42 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
Comox Airport: 15 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 21 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
Malahat Summit: 31 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 56 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
Nanaimo Airport: 20 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 49 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
North Courtenay Area: 4 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 14 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
North Cowichan Area: 19 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 45 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
Saturna Island: 15 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 35 cm between Sunday and Tuesday
Victoria Airport: 27 cm during a 36-hour period on Monday and Tuesday, 44 cm between Sunday and Tuesday

All snowfall totals from Environment Canada

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